French: Rousserolle de Nauru German: Naururohrsänger Spanish: Carricero de Nauru
Other common names:
Nauru I (Micronesia).
15 cm. Medium-sized reed-warbler with thin, straight bill and distinctly rounded wings. Has well-defined whitish supercilium, light rufescent head side and neck side; crown... read more
Song, heard at any time of the day or night, described as wonderful, some notes being reminiscent... read more
Remnant forest on steep sides of island escarpment, gardens in coastal areas, and scrub areas.
Food and feeding
Insects. Observed to forage in crowns of coconut palms (Cocos nucifera) in coastal areas.
Probably breeds throughout year, without distinct season. Nest built 45–300 cm above ground in bush or low undergrowth, placed in... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in Nauru Secondary Area. In 1993, was found to be widely distributed throughout the island and relatively common. Population... read more
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