French: Nasique grise German: Einfarb-Bülbülgrasmücke Spanish: Picolargo gris
Sierra Leone, S Guinea and Liberia E to S Ghana, S Nigeria and S Cameroon S, including Bioko, to Congo and E to SW Central African Republic, DRCongo (except SE), W & S Uganda and extreme NE Angola.
11–12 cm; 12–16 g. A rather small, nondescript, greyish-olive warbler with shortish tail. Top and side of head, upperparts, upperwing-coverts and tail are dull... read more
Song cheerful and sustained, composed of varied mainly two-part phrases, some hurried and bubbling... read more
Old secondary forest, primary forest, riparian forest and forest edge. Mainly lowlands, but to 1220... read more
Food and feeding
Insects, including moths and small caterpillars (Lepidoptera) and small grasshoppers (Orthoptera). Forages at all levels, from undergrowth... read more
Dependent juveniles observed in Mar and Apr in Liberia. One nest stated to be 2·5 m above ground in a liana. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Common in many areas. Fairly common in Liberia, where highest densities recorded in depleted impenetrable high forest with secondary... read more
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