Citrine Wagtail, adult, Teylingen, the Netherlands, 1 November 2010. hat’s what a Dutch team of birders is trying to find out. The dark facial markings/earcoverts of females/winter/juveniles birds are usually framed by the continuation of the strong supercilium. Alström & Mild (2003) sum up a few sources that mention hybridisation. Figure 4. Bot, S., D. Groenendijk & H. van Oosten, 2014. Discordance between genomic divergence and phenotypic variation in a rapidly evolving avian genus (Motacilla). Adult males were all grey-backed, therefore excluding the black-backed form calcarata, so that basically leaves the remaining two ssp. werae and citreola as the realistic options. Citrine Wagtail. Continua la ricerca nella raccolta di iStock di immagini stock royalty-free con foto di Ala di animale pronte per essere scaricate in modo semplice e rapido. Distribution map* of Citrine Wagtail subspecies, based on a combination of Tyler & Kirwan, (2019) and Alström & Mild (2003) (map: Sam Gobin), o the best of our knowledge, we are the firsts to show a distribution map of Citrine Wagtail subspecies, an indication only. 0:00 / White Wagtail (song) song. In this web article we present some preliminary findings. Became obvious the pools and call. Citrine Wagtail (Motacilla citreola). The 'eastern group' largely matches the range of citreola. An uprising first part, which could be described as two (literally more or less) parallel ‘legs’ and a descending second part which in the case of Citrine Wagtails always shows modulation (so what's modulation? Eastern yellow wagtails in Europe: identification and vocalisations. & de Juana, E. 2014). 2018; used with permission), Though the plumage differences are slight, apparently Buturlin's eyes didn’t deceive him when he described, the more samples we measure from different geographical areas, the more promising it looks, : late autumn birds (incl. Separating ssp. This way we hope to clear out whether we can keep our promise that it's possible to identify these taxa in a vagrancy context. Arnoud B. van den Berg, Martijn Versluijs, Menno Hornman, Diederik Kok, Arnold Meijer and Eric Menkveld are thanked for their permission to use their photographs. Pipits and wagtails of Europe and Asia. Amazing citrine refers to view more capercaillie. Water Pipit. Christopher Helm, London. Juveniles have same cheek pattern but are gray, not yellow. & A.D. Leaché, A. D., 2018. Citrine Wagtail, 1st calendar-year, Schagen, Noord-Holland, the Netherlands, 25 September 1995 (Arnoud B. van den Berg). Flight calls of a migrating male. It utters sometimes a double “ zielip ”. Blue-headed WagtailMotacilla flava, Texel, Noord-Holland, Netherlands, 25 April 2003(Magnus Robb). Note early date and palish flanks. Adult males were all grey-backed, therefore excluding the black-backed form, Figure 2. is very difficult and no one knows exactly where the distribution of one taxon ends, the other one begins, and where they might coexist or intergrade. call. In general werae is the westernmost breeder (largely European), citreola breeds in the northeast and east (mainly in Asia), and the more distinctive (on plumage) calcarata breeds in the southern part of the species' range (Central Asia). On the evening of Friday 28 August, Pete Kinsella found an odd-looking wagtail at Crosby Marina, next to Seaforth LWT reserve, Lancashire. Some Yellow Wagtails are very similar to Citrine, and call and tail length should be considered as well (tail longer in Citrine). citrine wagtail. White wingbars conspicuous in all plumages. Citrine Wagtail. Harris, R. B., P. Alström, A. Ödeen, A. Futhermore Eastern Yellow Wagtail taxa should get some attention later on, as their calls superficially resemble those of Citrine Wagtail (cf Bot et al. Citrine Wagtail, adult, Teylingen, the Netherlands, 1 November 2010 (Arnold Meijer). Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 120: 183-195. Drovetski et al. No sound-recording, but note fairly late date and dark flanks: citreola? Scarica subito la foto Citrine Wagtail. That's what makes this extra interesting to sort out. 3 a presumed werae(/calcarata) from the Netherlands  (2009-09-02, Warmond, Kasper Hendriks) In the Netherlands, Citrine Wagtail is an increasing, and annual spring and autumn vagrant (www.dutchavifauna.nl). Kirwan, 2019. Tyler, S. & G.M. In: del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A., Sargatal, J., Christie, D.A. Citrine Wagtail bird photo call and song/ Motacilla citreola Grey-headed WagtailMotacilla thunbergi, Breskens, Zeeland, Netherlands, 4 May 20016 (Magnus Robb). Citrine Wagtail: Song is a series of simple paired notes and phrases. Different populations within the subspecies probably show some variation, so further analysis of more populations is needed. Other wagtails and pipits. It had been found by Ola Moen two days ago. We found several features in citreola calls that seem to differ from werea/calcarata. 2018; used with permission). The ‘right leg’ was what initially triggered the whole idea that eastern birds (citreola) called differently. & de Juana, E. In: del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A., Sargatal, J., Christie, D.A. This is still very much work in progress, but the calls of some late autumn vagrants in western Europe seem to differ from early autumn birds. Citrine Wagtail Motacilla citreola. He was so kind to show me the exact location. Write comment. Clearly show a list of calcarata. Breeding in North America, Eurasia: e Russia, ne China, Alaska; can be seen in 45 countries. Futhermore Eastern Yellow Wagtail taxa should get some attention later on, as their calls superficially resemble those of Citrine Wagtail (, Arnoud B. van den Berg, Martijn Versluijs, Menno Hornman, Diederik Kok, Arnold Meijer and Eric Menkveld are thanked for their permission to use their photographs. Columbia date. Citrine Wagtail (Motacilla citreola). Koblik, V.N. He didn’t believe so. Note late date and greyish flanks. Attracted by its Citrine-like call, his excitement increased when he saw the head pattern, but his was tempered by the bird’s thin wing-bars and the slight buff tones to its mantle. (2018) state that based on mtDNA, werae and citreola are - despite their extremely similar plumages - not each other's nearest relatives (hence, they are not 'sister taxa'). The differences between the two ssp. Acknowledgements Females are even more difficult. Kirwan, 2019. Later that day, a first-winter Citrine Wagtail was found at Alnmouth, Northumberland, about 25 km to the south along the coast, which might possibly have been the bird seen over Inner Farne earlier in the day. It was still present. No sound-recording, but note early date and palish flanks: werae/calcarata type? citrine wagtail (plural citrine wagtails) Motacilla citreola, a small passerine bird in the family Motacillidae native to Eurasia; Translations . Per Alström kindly allowed us to publish figure 3 from Harris. Klik hier om je eigen tekst toe te voegen. museum specimens) to see if the colour of the flanks is indeed  a supporting feature. An uprising first part, which could be described as two (literally more or less) parallel ‘legs’ and a descending second part which in the case of Citrine Wagtails always shows modulation (so what's modulation? Discordance between genomic divergence and phenotypic variation in a rapidly evolving avian genus (Motacilla). PDF | On Jan 1, 2014, Sander Bot and others published Eastern yellow wagtails in Europe: identification and vocalisations | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate The distribution of citreola and werae especially is therefore an indication only. It is an insectivorous bird of open country and can be found near water edges. Per Alström kindly allowed us to publish figure 3 from Harris et al. And another funny thing: late autumn birds (incl. This is still very much work in progress, but the calls of some late autumn vagrants in western Europe seem to differ from early autumn birds. This is because this bird forms a cryptic species complex with the eastern (M. tschutschensis ) and western yellow wagtail (M. flava). Grey-headed WagtailMotacilla thunbergi, Verdronken Zwarte Polder, Zeeland, Netherlands, 5 May 2008 (Magnus Robb). (2018). Global “n” shape with the first leg as long as the second one or slightly longer; First leg composed of two strongly ascending straight harmonics that are very close to each other and parallell (if the sound is too faint only one harmonic is visible. Meadow Pipit. DALYAN An early morning walk around the village in the morning produced this superb Citrine wagtail. Citrine Wagtail (Motacilla citreola) bird sounds free download on dibird.com. And there might be some hints in their plumages, too. That’s the shaky part of the sonogram; as if you’re telling lies during a polygraph test. Citrine Wagtail: This wagtail species forages for insects by walking along the edges of wetland habitats and in wet meadows, and picking them off of the ground and surface of the water. Of course these call types need to be analysed as well. Flight calls of a migrating male. . The dark facial markings/earcoverts of females/winter/juveniles birds are usually framed by the continuation of the strong supercilium. The Citrine Wagtail is a small songbird and a winter visitor in Gujarat. Citrine Wagtail (Motacilla citreola) is a small song bird with a long tail which is often seen constantly wagging which is a charcteristic of the genus Motacilla. Edited footage of male CITRINE WAGTAIL (Motacilla citreola), filmed by us, at Pilning Wetlands, South Gloucestershire, England on 25. Stefan Berndtsson Motacilla alba. Eastern Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla tschutschensis) bird calls on dibird.com. As in the yellow wagtail taxa, a sonogram of a Citrine Wagtails call consists of two parts. Vocalisation. A funny thing… or two We now classify and measure both parts to see if different features can be linked to different populations. *Notes on the distribution map The Citrine Wagtail or Yellow-headed Wagtail (Motacilla citreola) is a small songbird in the family Motacillidae.. Photos: Iderbat78, gilgit2, biplabdey, forest - 10M+ Views in 20 months ..., Blog: Foture.blogspot.com, Gediminas Gražulevičius, Lithuania, 重庆咔嚓 Chong Qing Ka Cha Flickr.com. Closest congener is Citrine Wagtail, which lacks dark lore, has broad wing-bars and grey back. We'll keep you posted! Tried today the first-winter Citrine Wagtail on Lindås. Dutch Birding 36: 295-311, Drovetski, S.V., A.B. Grey Wagtail. Multi-locus reassessment of a striking discord between mtDNA gene trees andtaxonomy across two congeneric species complexes. The other team members that joined in later took care of his madness by trying to calm him down and to form a strategy to sort this out. More tied to water than Eastern Yellow, Western Yellow, or White Wagtail; usually seen at marshes and lake edges. Figure 8. I spread news locally and others managed to connect with the bird that evening. Sound-recording seems to match werae/calcarata type. This gives the call its rasping sound). Figure 3. (eds.). To the best of our knowledge, we are the firsts to show a distribution map of Citrine Wagtail subspecies (of course largely based on existing descriptions of their ranges) - and there's a reason for that. Yellow Wagtail. (eds.). Call is a wheezy, repeated "zreep", "tit-tit", or "pzeeow". 18 October 2014, Meijendel, Wassenaar, the Netherlands, Figure 1. A not-so-random sample of calls with, from left to right: 1 a citreola from Russia (2015-06-12, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug,  www.xeno-canto.org/266785, Giovanni Boano), “The Eastern Yellow Wagtail has a high-pitched, harsh and shorter call. Uk citrine refers to. In addition, we'll also analyse the plumages of immature birds (e.g. Motacilla citreola. The bird flew off without landing, however, and was not relocated. Last but not least, werae calls tend to be longer in duration compared to calcarata and citreola. Coincidence? Citrine Wagtail, adult, 1 November 2010 (Vincent van der Spek). (retrieved from https://www.hbw.com/node/57827 on 14 April 2019). Werae appears to be closer related to  calcarata (remember that's the most distinctive race on plumage?) Figure 1. He realized that the only two late autumn records showed ‘diverging legs’ in the first part of the call. These birds have not been identified to subspecific level. Red'kin, I.V. There are slight plumage differences between males of the latter two (citreola for instance shows darker flanks), but these are considered not solid enough for a certain ID away from the breeding grounds, since there's a lot of individual variation. Differs from Grey Wagtail in dark legs, only pale yellow vent and narrow wing-bars. Sign up for our mailing list to get latest updates and offers. Yes, we should have paid attention to our own WAGS (some of them pregnant), but instead we stared at the legs of sonograms. Giovanni Buano, Sjaak Schilperoort, Kasper Hendriks and Albert Lastukhin shared their sound recordings. Back in the days field work was for bare handed and long-bearded heroes, that made fires to scare off wild animals. As in the yellow wagtail taxa, a sonogram of a Citrine Wagtails call consists of two parts. Winter citrine refers to. Citrine Wagtail DNA-profile groups: a 'western group' comprises the currently recognised  ranges of both werae and calcarata, whereas the 'eastern group' falls largely within the currently known range of citreola, (from: Harris et al. Sound-recording seems to match citreola. Shop 3. To navigation. Soon after sharing photos and recordings on Twitter, my theory received confirmation. (2018) seems to confirm this: within Citrine Wagtails, there's a closely related 'western group', that - based on the current knowledge of their distribution - includes werae and calcarata. Scarica subito la foto Citrine Wagtail. Alström & Mild (2003) sum up a few sources that mention hybridisation. than either of them is to nominate citreola! Typical call of a Citrine wagtail . The Citrine Wagtail’s typical call resembles that of the Western Yellow Wagtail but it is harsher, louder and slightly shorter, a more rasping, slurred “ dzreeip ” or “ tzreep ”. In the Netherlands, Citrine Wagtail is an increasing, and annual spring and autumn vagrant (, ). Suddenly, it clicked – the Citrine Wagtail -like call was familiar and in photos I could see a long hind claw: it had to be Eastern Yellow Wagtail! Ultimately, we hope to show that more than one ssp. Its systematics, phylogeny and taxonomy are subject of considerable debate in the early 21st century. Typical ‘flight calls from a bird perched in a bulb field, then in flight. The yellow plumage gives its name the word “Citrine” while the name “wagtail” refers to the habit of wagging its tail constantly. A combination of several features could very well be diagnostic for citreola vs. werae/calcarata. The Dutch team’s main tactics are slightly different. Its systematics, phylogeny and taxonomy are subject of considerable debate in the early 21st century. Names (42) Species names in all available languages. reaches western Europe in a vagrancy context, and that they can be identified. Furthermore the modulations in citreola are longer and in most cases show a ‘deeper’ lowest frequency at the end of the call. Noun . & A.D. Leaché, A. D., 2018. We spotted half a dozen Bluethroat – the first time we’d seen it in full colour! Calls like ssp. Of course these call types need to be analysed as well. Tyler, S. & G.M. 4 a werae from Russia (2014-07-24, Chuvash Republic, www.xeno-canto.org/189926, Albert Lastukhin). The western yellow wagtail (Motacilla flava) is a small passerine in the wagtail family Motacillidae, which also includes the pipits and longclaws.. Html russell. So it's no wonder that every Citrine Wagtail in the Netherlands is…well, just a Citrine Wagtail. So he ran out of the shower to check his crazy idea. LC Least Concern. And the birds earlier in autumn… usually don't! Contact call "tsriip," harsher than Eastern and Western Yellow Wagtail. Thanks, Ola. Though the plumage differences are slight, apparently Buturlin's eyes didn’t deceive him when he described werae as a subspecies back in 1907. Figure 2. Figure 5. Reeves, Y.A. Our research has only just started and progress is slow, so there is still much work to do before we draw final conclusions. Sotnikov & G. Voelker, 2018. That’s what a Dutch team of birders is trying to find out. the 1st winters) seem to show... grey flanks, just like, Yes, we should have paid attention to our own, (some of them pregnant), but instead we stared at the legs of sonograms. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. And the funny thing is: late autumn birds in the Netherlands seem to show calls we associate with citreola, whereas early autumn birds seem to utter calls we associate with werae. We also had a first in the Black Tern which, with the White-Winged Black Tern, was numerous. In this web article we present some preliminary findings. Figure 7. Auks (5) Bitterns and herons (4) Boobies and cormorants (2) Buntings (5) Chats and thrushes (14) Some Yellow Wagtails are very similar to Citrine, and call and tail length should be considered as well (tail longer in Citrine). are so small that the outstanding Pipits and Wagtails (Alström & Mild, 2003) doesn’t even recognize werae as a valid subspecies! So we found clues that the calls of citreola differ from werae and calcarata, at least on sonogram. Giovanni Buano, Sjaak Schilperoort, Kasper Hendriks and Albert Lastukhin shared their sound recordings. Alström, P. & K. Mild, 2003. We lean back, grab a beer and go on the internet to look for sound recordings from the breeding grounds and to check our first assumptions. One of the most notable is the shape of the right ‘leg’ in the sonogram: more boomerang-shaped on top in citreola, more straight in werea/calcarata. 4 .19. The Whinchat were out in full force (much more common than the rare Stonechat for this area). A team of heroes was born! Figure 6. Fadeev, E.A. Red-throated pipit. by Maarten Wielstra, Thijs Fijen, Rob van Bemmelen, Sam Gobin & Vincent van der Spek. Citrine Wagtail, 1st calendar-year, 28 August 2008 (Menno Hornman). In contrast, the Western Yellow Wagtail has a sweeter and longer call,” says Vikas. The number of modulations differs: citreola has fewer than werae/calcarata. Citrine Wagtail DNA-profile groups: a 'western group' comprises the currently recognised  ranges of both werae and calcarata, whereas the 'eastern group' falls largely within the currently known range of citreola (from: Harris et al. Dit is een paragraaf. Attracted by its Citrine-like call, his excitement increased when he saw the head pattern, but his was tempered by the bird’s thin wing-bars and the slight buff tones to its mantle. Continua la ricerca nella raccolta di iStock di immagini stock royalty-free con foto di Acqua pronte per essere scaricate in modo semplice e rapido. citreola, looks like citreola? and the slightly hoarser call compared with that of Yellow Wagtail. “On the sonogram, a … And there might be some hints in their plumages, too. No sound-recording, but note fairly late date and dark flanks: No sound-recording, but note early date and palish flanks: Interestingly, we  found some ‘weird’ calls recorded near border areas of their respective ranges. 2 a presumed citreola from the Netherlands (2010-10-31, Warmond, Sjaak Schilperoort), On the evening of Friday 28 August, Pete Kinsella found an odd-looking wagtail at Crosby Marina, next to Seaforth LWT reserve, Lancashire. The song is usually given from perch or during short flight, a repeated calling interspersed with warbling phrases. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. Can the subspecies of Citrine Wagtails (Motacilla citreola) be identified based on their calls? (retrieved from. Citrine Wagtail, 1st calendar-year, 25 August 2011 (Erik Menkveld). Also, citreola more often shows a steadily declining modulating part, while werae/calcarata often stays quite horizontal to descend later during the modulation. Maarten got his ‘eureka-moment’ when he took a shower after he checked sonograms of all birds recorded in the Netherlands. Similar Species It uttered frequently it's typical call, so finding the bird was no problem at all. Lateral view of a (possibly moulting) male Citrine Wagtail in breeding plumage (photo courtesy of M. Eaton) [Sewage Treatment Plant, Katherine, NT, July 2020] Evidence that the male Citrine Wagtail was indeed found in Australia: here seen together with a female Magpie-lark (photo courtesy of M. Eaton) This species breeds in much of temperate Europe and Asia.It is resident in the milder parts of its range, such as western Europe, but northern and eastern populations migrate to Africa and south Asia. These birds have not been identified to subspecific level. 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In the mean time, we'll keep on working on this to see if our first impressions will stand. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. Dedicated to finding birds and wildlife in a 10k square in North-east Norfolk, UK As in the yellow wagtail taxa, a sonogram of a Citrine Wagtails call consists of two parts. Play pause stop. Citrine Wagtail: Wagtail with yellow head and underparts, white vent, black on nape, grey back, black-grey wings with two bars and much white, long black-grey tail with white outer feathers. Czech: please add this translation if you can; Danish: please add this translation if you can; So this is all quite surprising given there looks - but maybe less so based on calls? Straight black-grey bill, long, black-grey legs. Hagen vancouver. Especially the separation line above the Russian Tomsk region is putative. Tree Pipit. But the more samples we measure from different geographical areas, the more promising it looks. Mongolia citrine wagtail. Wagtails. He started shouting things like: ‘All wintering birds from Assam and further east call like that!’ and ‘All vagrants that call like citreola have dark flanks', and 'so are silent late autumn birds!’. Especially the separation line above the, Figure 3. Breeding in Eurasia: widespread; can be seen in 102 countries. The term citrine refers to its yellowish colouration. Distribution map* of Citrine Wagtail subspecies, based on a combination of Tyler & Kirwan (2019) and Alström & Mild (2003) (map: Sam Gobin). flight call. Article available on Research Gate. A first step to test our ideas is to quantify differences in calls of all subspecies recorded in the breeding areas. Juvenile White Wagtails and Yellow Wagtails can be confused, but White Wagtail is greyer, with big grey breast patch (Yellow Wagtail may show narrow breast band). And immature birds? An uprising first part, which could be described as two (literally more, as if you’re telling lies during a polygraph test, The ‘right leg’ was what initially triggered the whole idea that eastern birds (, All wintering birds from Assam and further east call like that. the 1st winters) seem to show... grey flanks, just like citreola males in their breeding ranges. dj aurika Because of. Female and juvenile like dull male, grey face patch, no dark in front of eye, and eyebrow going behind cheek. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. A broad genetic study by Harris et al. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 120: 183-195. Which of the many taxa in this group should properly refer to which population is unlikely to be resolved in the immediate future. Interestingly, we  found some ‘weird’ calls recorded near border areas of their respective ranges. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 120: 43-52, Harris, R. B., P. Alström, A. Ödeen, A. 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