French: Randie malgache German: Randmadagaskarsänger Spanish: Randia malgache
Other common names: Marvantsetra Warbler
Delacour and Berlioz, 1931,
north-east of Maroantsetra, Madagascar.
Humid E Madagascar.
12 cm. A small arboreal warbler with rather short tail and relatively strong bill. Top of head and upperparts are olive-grey, tinged browner on rump and uppertail-... read more
Song, usually from top of tree, a regular, slightly descending sequence of notes, “tew-tew-... read more
Canopy of lowland and middle-altitude forest with large trees; ranges from sea-level up to 1200 m.
Food and feeding
Insects. Forages above 5 m, often in treetops with mixed-species parties. Searches actively along and below highest branches, and gleans... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Formerly classified as Near-threatened. Confined to rainforests of E Madagascar, where it is fairly widespread and locally common. These forests,... read more
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