Hypolais pallida, Hemp, & Her
553ter. :- Murray's Vertebrate Zoology of Sind, p. 158 ; Stray Feathers, Vol. VII, p. 398.
THE PALE TREE WARBLER.
Length, 5 ; wing, 2.63; tail, 2.2 ; tarsus, 0.83 ; culmen, 0.62..
Bill horn-brown, dull yellowish at base beneath ; irides dark-brown ; legs pale horn-brown.
Upper parts pale dull olive-brown, clearer on the back in color, and rather lighter on the rump ; from the base of the bill over the eye a rather indistinct yellowish stripe; win'- lark-brown ; the inner secondaries lighter in color, all the feathers having lighter margins; tail dark-brown, very narrowly edged with lighter brown; under parts buffy-white; the throat and the centre of the abdomen almost pure white; flanks washed with pale brownish.
The Pale Tree Warbler only occurs in Sind as a cold weather visitant.