French: Tisserin de Bates German: Braunwangenweber Spanish: Tejedor de Bates
Dja River, Cameroon.
SW & S Cameroon (from Limbe E to Moloundou).
13–14 cm. Male has most of head bright chestnut-brown, lores black; sharp line of yellow-fringed feathers on nape (narrow hindcollar); olive-green lower nape,... read more
No published information; appears to be usually silent.
Lowland rainforest; recorded up to 900 m.
Food and feeding
Insects recorded. Forages singly, in pairs, and once in mixed-species flock of insectivorous birds. Moves in zigzag manner on tree trunks;... read more
Juvenile in Mar. No other information.
No information; presumed resident.
Status and conservation
ENDANGERED. Restricted range species: present in Cameroon and Gabon Lowlands EBA. Rare. Estimated global population fewer than 1000 individuals; probably declining owing to... read more
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