French: Viréo de Noronha German: Schmalschnabelvireo Spanish: Vireo de Noronha
Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Island of Fernando de Noronha, off NE Brazil.
14 cm; 11·5-25·1 g. Crown and upperparts dingy greyish-olive, becoming more greenish on lower back, rump and tail; brownish lores, buffy supercilium; primaries... read more
Song a melodious "weet a weet, chewegoo, whit, whit". Calls include "tschrrr",... read more
Forest and shrub, including fig trees (Ficus), gardens and second growth.
Food and feeding
Food items identified in stomach contents include beetles (Coleoptera), Hymenoptera, Orthoptera, caddies flies (Trichoptera), probably also... read more
Appears to have protracted breeding season; on basis of gonadal data on specimens, nesting probably occurs in May or Jun, but other... read more
Sedentary; one marked adult was subsequently seen only 500 m from site where ringed.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted range species: present in Fernando de Noroña EBA. Has tiny global range of just 18·4 km2, and... read more
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