French: Pouillot de Hainan German: Hainanlaubsänger Spanish: Mosquitero de Hainan
Olsson et al.
Diao Lou, Lingshui County, Hainan, China
Hainan, in S China.
c. 11 cm. A rather small, “ordinarily” built leaf-warbler with prominently yellow head stripes, wingbars and underparts. Median crownstripe is pale yellow, extending to bill... read more
Song consists of short strophes of high-pitched varied notes, strophes separated by pauses usually... read more
Mainly secondary broadleaf forest at edges of mature tropical forest; much less common in primary... read more
Food and feeding
Known to eat insects, but no studies undertaken. Singly and in pairs, but has been recorded in flocks of up to 30; also joins mixed-species... read more
Little known. One nest with nearly fully grown young and several pairs with fledged young observed in late Apr; season appears to be over... read more
No information. Probably resident.
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in Hainan EBA. Locally common on Hainan, where it occurs in S part of the island. Recorded at only a small number of sites (... read more
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