French: Zostérops à bec fin German: Dünnschnabel-Brillenvogel Spanish: Anteojitos picofino
Murrumbidgee River; error = Norfolk Island
Norfolk I, E of Australia.
13–15 cm; 16–18 g. Has black lores continuing under and behind medium-sized white eyering, latter interrupted at front by the black of lores; forehead, crown,... read more
Song said to be similar to that of Z. lateralis but lower in pitch and more musical in... read more
Forest, forest remnants and tall secondary growth.
Food and feeding
Invertebrates; also vegetable matter, such as fruits of lemons (Citrus limon), loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) and guavas (... read more
Sept–Dec. Nest a cup-shaped structure composed of mosses, fibrous roots and grasses, lined with hair, suspended by rim from thin... read more
Status and conservation
ENDANGERED. Restricted-range species: present in Norfolk Island EBA. Confined to small island of Norfolk, less than 35 km² in extent, where moderately abundant in its... read more
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