French: Viréo d’Osburn German: Bergvireo Spanish: Vireo de Osburn
P. L. Sclater, 1861,
Freeman’s Hall, Trelawny Parish, Jamaica.
12·5–15 cm; 19·9–22 g. Forehead, crown, nape and upperparts dull grey-brown, with olive-brown tinge on middle and lower back and rump; primaries and... read more
Song a deliberate trill, slightly descending in pitch towards end; alarm call a harsh descending... read more
Humid and moist mountain limestone rainforest, also upland woodland and shade coffee plantations;... read more
Food and feeding
Little information. Food insects and fruits. Forages singly in dense foliage; secretive.
Nesting season predominantly Mar–Jul; nest is a dangling cup at low to moderate height in a sapling or tree. Eggs spotted; no... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted range species: present in Jamaica EBA. Uncommon. Has suffered much habitat destruction over a large... read more
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