French: Zostérops de Buru German: Burubrillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos de Buru
Other common names: Buru Yellow White-eye
Relationships uncertain. Monotypic.
Buru I, in S Moluccas.
11·5–12 cm; 11–13 g. Has white eyering interrupted at front by black loral line, latter continuing under eye-ring as narrow dusky line; top of head and... read more
Quiet, quickly repeated “tsu-tsu-tsu-tsu-tsu” during foraging, and “chewit,... read more
Primary forest, second growth, scrub, selectively logged forest, and farmland, from sea-level to... read more
Food and feeding
No details of diet. Moves around in dense canopy and subcanopy in mixed flocks with Old World flycatchers (Muscicapidae).
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restrictedrange species: present in Buru EBA. Moderately common to very common in primary and secondary forest, but less so in logged forest;... read more
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