French: Monarque de Yap German: Yapmonarch Spanish: Monarca de Yap
Yap, Caroline Islands.
Yap, in W Caroline Is.
15 cm. A small black-and-white monarch. Male has head to nape, neck side, chin and throat black, mantle, back and scapulars white, upperwing, rump, uppertail-coverts and tail... read more
Song a loud series of clear whistled phrases, “we’re here, we’re here” or “wheeo-wheereo”. Calls... read more
Lowland forest, including secondary growth, scrub and mangroves.
Food and feeding
No information on diet. Stolid forager within forest, as the chestnut-plumaged monarchs; unlike many pied monarchs, does not use fluttering... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Yap Islands EBA. Common and widespread within small range; population in... read more
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