French: Gobemouche de Negros German: Negrosdschungelschnäpper Spanish: Papamoscas de Negros
Other common names:
Bourns and Worcester
Negros and Guimaras, Philippines
Panay, Guimaras and Negros, in WC Philippines.
16·5–17 cm. Medium-sized to large drab brown jungle-flycatcher with prominent white throat. Head and face are olive-brown, becoming more rufous on upper... read more
Song a series of very high-pitched phrases (almost inaudible except at close range), e.g. “... read more
Lowland and lower montane forests, also secondary forest; usually below 1000 m, exceptionally to... read more
Food and feeding
Diet not well known, but includes small invertebrates. Forages unobtrusively, usually below 10 m, in understorey and lower levels of forest... read more
Not well known. Season at least Mar, and fledgling seen in Apr. Nest cup-shaped, made of moss, plant fibres and rootlets, placed several... read more
Status and conservation
ENDANGERED. Restricted-range species: present in Negros and Panay EBA. Uncommon or scarce. Has small and shrinking range that continues to be fragmented through deforestation... read more
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