French: Énode à sourcils rouges German: Rotbrauenstar Spanish: Estornino cejirrojo
Other common names:
Subspecies and Distribution
E. e. erythrophris
(Temminck, 1824) – N peninsula of Sulawesi.
E. e. centralis
Riley, 1920 – NC & SE Sulawesi.
E. e. leptorhynchus
Stresemann, 1932 – C & S parts of C Sulawesi.
27 cm. Medium-sized starling with tail strongly graduated, with long central rectrices. Has bright orange-red band of feathers from nares backwards over and behind eye, black... read more
Song of male a monotonous, repetitive metallic "zeek zeek". Guttural calls as well as... read more
Rainforest in montane areas, also lowland and elfin moss forest; occasionally forest edge and... read more
Food and feeding
Omnivorous, diet primarily fruit and invertebrates. Berries and fruit collected in canopy and down to 1 m above ground. Insects gleaned in... read more
No confirmed information. A photograph taken in Aug appears to show an individual of this species emerging from nest-hole with faecal sac,... read more
Resident; probably locally nomadic in association with fruiting patterns of forest trees.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted range species: present in Sulawesi EBA. Generally common and fairly widespread, but somewhat local. Poorly known. Occurs in Dumoga Bone... read more
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