French: Zostérops de Negros German: Negros-Streifenbrillenvogel Spanish: Timalí de Negros
Rand and Rabor
Cuernos de Negros, Negros Oriental Province, Negros, Philippines
Negros, in WC Philippine Is.
14·5–15 cm. Forecrown and supercilium are black, rest of crown, neck side and upperparts olive; upperwing and tail dark greyish-brown, tertials and secondaries... read more
Song a loud pure whistle (sometimes delivered as subdued version), “pli-hi pli-hy pli-hi pli-hy” (... read more
Montane forest, secondary and degraded forest, forest edge and adjacent banana plantations and... read more
Food and feeding
Insects and small fruits. Found singly, in pairs or in small parties of up to c. 20 individuals; often in association with other species,... read more
Female in breeding condition in Nov and birds with slightly enlarged gonads in Nov–Dec; dependent juvenile observed in Sept. No other... read more
Status and conservation
ENDANGERED. Restricted-range species: present in Negros and Panay EBA. Confined to island of Negros, where known from only four sites: three on and around Mt Talinis (Cuernos... read more
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