French: Zostérops de Woodford German: Woodfordbrillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos de Woodford
Rennell, Solomon Islands.
Rennell, in SE Solomon Is.
14–15 cm; 22·5–37 g. Has bare black lores and circumorbital skin bordered by white band which extends narrowly across lower forehead; otherwise dull... read more
Song, 30–10 minutes before dawn, seldom heard, soft and very quick, with narrow range around... read more
Primary forest, forest edge, open woodland, second growth, gardens and coconuts, but not on very... read more
Food and feeding
Small insects, including caterpillars, also spiders (Araneae), also small land-snails. Many fruits taken, including Macaranga,... read more
Oct–Nov. Nest cup-shaped, 50–75 mm in diameter, 50 mm deep, made from mostly dead and dry fine fibres, vines, twigs and coarse... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restrictedrange species: present in Rennell and Bellona EBA. Very common and widespread. One of the three most common forest birds on the island, and... read more
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