Old World Flycatchers and Chats
Order: Passeriformes. Family: Muscicapidae
Old World flycatchers and chats are a large group of small passerine birds native to the Old World. They are mainly small arboreal insectivores. The appearance of these birds is very varied, but they mostly have weak songs and harsh calls. There about 274 species worldwide and 18 species which occur in Ireland including a record of a bird accepted as either Black Wheatear or White-tailed Wheatear.
|Spotted Flycatcher||Muscicapa striata|
|Pied Flycatcher||Ficedula hypoleuca|
|Collared Flycatcher||Ficedula albicollis||(A)|
|Red-breasted Flycatcher||Ficedula parva||(A)|
|European Robin||Erithacus rubecula|
|Thrush Nightingale||Luscinia luscinia||(A)|
|Common Nightingale||Luscinia megarhynchos||(A)|
|Rufous-tailed Scrub-Robin||Cercotrichas galactotes||(A)|
|Red-flanked Bluetail||Tarsiger cyanurus||(A)|
|Black Redstart||Phoenicurus ochruros|
|Common Redstart||Phoenicurus phoenicurus|
|European Stonechat||Saxicola rubicola|
|White-tailed Wheatear||Oenanthe leucopyga|
|Black Wheatear||Oenanthe leucura||(A)|
|Northern Wheatear||Oenanthe oenanthe|
|Pied Wheatear||Oenanthe pleschanka||(A)|
|Black-eared Wheatear||Oenanthe hispanica||(A)|
|Desert Wheatear||Oenanthe deserti||(A)|
|Isabelline Wheatear||Oenanthe isabellina||(A)|
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