Grey Wagtail

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Also known as Follow link Alternate name
Motacilla cinerea Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Motacillidae Family
17 cm Length
Range follow link Range:- Endemic to Habitat
Altitude
Range
 eggs, incubation  days, fledging  days. Clutch
Arthropods, mainly small insects. Food  
  Habits
8366 - TSN: 178480 - Sub-species World Number
Least concern Status

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Range:-

Acores, Afghanistan, Alaska, Albania, Algeria, Alor, Ambon, Andaman, Andorra, Anglesey, Armenia, Ashmore Reef and Cartier Island, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Balearic Islands, Bali, Bangladesh, Batanta Islands, Belarus, Belgium, Bhutan, Biak, Bismark, Bosnia, Botswana, Bretagne, Brunei, Bulgaria, Buru, Cambodia, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Central highlands, China, Christmas Island, Corse, Crete, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Democratic Rep. of Congo, Denmark, Djibouti, East Timor, Egypt, England:- Baggeridge Country Park, Birding Worcestershire, Draycote Reservoir, Gloucestershire Checklist, Shropshire Checklist, Staffordshire Checklist, Warwickshire Checklist, Yorkshire and the Humber, Sandwell Valley, ] Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Estonia, Ethiopia, Faroe Islands, Finland, Florès, France, Gauteng, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greater Sundas, Greece, Guam, Guinea-Bissau, Hainan, Halmahera, Hong Kongt, Hungary, Iceland, [ India:- Arid northwest India, Eastern Himalayas, Gangetic plain, Northeast India, Southeast India, Southwest India, Uttar Pradesh, Western Himalayas, Nagarhole National Park ] Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Irian Jaya, Island of Borneo, Island of New Guinea, Island of Timor, Island of Timor, Islas Canarias, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Kalimantan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesser Sunda, Libya, Liechtenstein, Limpopo , Province, Lithuania, Lombok, Luxembourg, Macau, Macedonia, Madeira, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Maluka, Mauritania, Melanesia, Mentawai Archipelago, Micronesia, Misool, Moldova, Mollucas, Mongolia, Morocco, Mpumalanga, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Guinea, Nias, Nicobar, Niger, North Korea, Northwest Territories, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Riau Islands, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Sangihe Islands, Sardinia, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Senegal, Seram, Serbia and Montenegro, Shetland, Sicilia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Somalia, [ South Africa:- Eastern Cape, Kwazulu-Natal, Northern Cape, Western Cape, ] South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Sulawesi, Sumatra, Sumba, Sumbawa, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Talaud Islands, Tanzania, Tayside, Thailand, Tibet, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Waigeo, Wales, West Timor, Wetar, Yapen, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

 

Rare/Accidental:- [Austrailia:- Australian Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Western Austrailia] Japan, Java, USA:- California

 

Sub-species

Motacilla cinerea
Motacilla cinerea canariensis
Motacilla cinerea caspica
Motacilla cinerea cinerea
Motacilla cinerea melanope
Motacilla cinerea patriciae
Motacilla cinerea robusta
Motacilla cinerea schmitzi
Motacilla cinerea scmitzi

AKA:- Afrikaans: Gryskwikkie
Arabic: الذعرة الرمادية, راعية الخيل الرمادية
Asturian: Xingalrau
Azerbaijani: Dağ çaydaçapanı
Belarusian: Гірська плиска, Горная пліска, Сітаўка горная
Bulgarian: Планинска стърчиопашка
Breton: Ar gannerez-dour
Catalan: Cuereta torrentera, Cueta groga, Xàtxero cendrós
Catalan (Balears): Xàtxero cendrós
Valencian: Cueta groga
Cebuano: bangkiyod
Czech: Konipas horský
Welsh: Brith y fuches lwyd, Siglen las, Siglen llwyd, Siglen lwyd, Tinsigl lwyd
Danish: Bjergvipstjert
German: Bergstelze, Gebiergsstelze, Gebirgsstelze, Gebirgstelze
Greek: Ποταμοζευκαλάτης, Σταχτοσουσουράδα
Greek (Cypriot): Ποταμοζευκαλάτης
Emiliano-romagnolo: Buvarena
English: European Gray Wagtail, European Grey Wagtail, Gray Wagtail, Grey Wagtail
Esperanto: montarmotacilo
Spanish: Lavandera Cascadeña, Lavandera de cascada
Estonian: Jõgivästrik
Basque: Buztanikara horia, Buztinikara hori, Cuereta torrentera
Finnish: Virtavästäräkki, Vuorivästäräkki
Faroese: Áarerla
French: Bergeronnette boarule, Bergeronnette des ruisseaux
Frisian: Winterboumantsje
Irish: Glasóg cheannliath, Glasóg Liath
Gaelic: Breac Bain tighearna, Breacan-Baintighearna
Galician: Cuereta torrentera , Lavandeira real
Manx: Skibbag ny mulleeyn, Ushag Ghlass
Hebrew: נחליאלי אפור, נחליאלי זנבתן
Croatian: Gorska Pastirica, Gorska pliska
Hungarian: Hegyi billegeto, Hegyi billegetõ, Hegyi billegető
Armenian: [Lernayin Khaghttnik ], Լեռնային Խաղտտնիկ
Indonesian: Entut leuncang, Kicuit batu
Icelandic: Straumerla
Italian: Ballerina gialla
Japanese: kisekirei, Ki-sekirei
Japanese: キセキレイ
Georgian: მთის ბოლოქანქალა
Khakas: Тағ ызығас
Kazakh: Сары қаратамақ, Тау шақшақайы
Korean: 노랑머리할미새, 노랑할미새
Karelian: Keldavästäräkki
Latin: Calobates cinerea, Motacila cinerea, Motacilla boarula, Motacilla caspica, Motacilla cinerea
Lithuanian: Kalnine kiele, Kalninė kielė, Kalnų kielė
Latvian: Pelēkā cielava
Macedonian: Планински тресиопашка
Mongolian: Уулын цэгцгий
Mamasa: bi lolo
Malay: Burung Pipit Batu, Kedidi Kepala Kelabu
Maltese: Zakak tad-Dell
Dutch: Grote Gele Kwikstaart
Norwegian: Alpeerle, Gråerle, Vintererle
Napoletano-calabrese: Cudàstra
Polish: Pliszka cytrynowa, pliszka górska
Portuguese: alvéola cinzenta, Alvéola-cinzenta
Romansh: Ballacua da muntogna
Russian: Gornaya Tryasoguzka, Восточная горная трясогузка, Горная трясогузка, Трясогузка горная
Scots: Breac bain tighearna
Northern Sami: Dálvebeštor
Slovak: Trasochvost horský
Slovenian: siva pastirica
Albanian: Bishtatundësi i malit
Serbian: Gorska pliska, planinska pastirica, planinska pliska, Горска плиска, Планинска плиска
Swedish: Forsärla
Swahili: Tikisa Kijivu
Tamil: சாம்பல் வாலாட்டி , தகைவிலான்
Thai: นกเด้าลมหลังเทา
Turkish: Dağ Kuyruksallayan, Dağ kuyruksallayanı, dağ kuyruksallayany, Daş Kuyruksallayanı
Tuvinian: Даг сайлыгы
Ukrainian: Гірська плиска, Плиска гірська
Vietnamese: Chìa vôi núi
Chinese: [hui jiling], 灰鶺鴒, 灰鹡鸰
Chinese (Taiwan): [hui jiling], 灰鶺鴒


 

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