Poorly known and little studied, Kozlov’s Accentor Prunella koslowi has been reported in China in Ningxia (Helan Mountains) and Inner Mongolia. HABITAT Thin scrub in arid mountains and semi-deserts. ID Mainly buff-brown above with fine blackish streaking on crown and broad black streaking on mantle and back. Wings and tail blackish with buff-brown edging; buffish-white tips to greater and median coverts forming wingbars. Some show sooty lores and ear coverts. Underparts pale buff, with some indistinct blackish-grey mottling on breast and throat, and indistinct blackish streaking on flanks. BARE PARTS Bill black; feet pinkish-brown; iris brown. VOICE Song similar to Brown Accentor P. fulvescens, but raspier. — Craig Brelsford
Daniel Bengtsson served as chief ornithological consultant for Craig Brelsford’s Photographic Field Guide to the Birds of China, from which this species description is drawn.