The Bokikokiko is a species of warbler in the Acrocephalidae family. It is found only on Kiritimati .
The Bokikokiko is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.
The Bokikokiko (Acrocephalus aequinoctialis) is a species of warbler in the Acrocephalidae family. It is found only on Kiritimati (Kiribati). References - * BirdLife International 2004. Acrocephalus aequinoctialis. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 10 July 2007. Stub icon This article about an Old World warbler is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. More
Stamps showing Bokikokiko Acrocephalus aequinoctialis Bokikokiko Acrocephalus aequinoctialis Bokikokiko Acrocephalus aequinoctialis Bargain of the day! Bokikokiko Links will open countrypage in new window - Kiribati 18.02.1982 Birds - Kiribati 28.06.1983 Overprint O.K.G.S. on 1982. More
Bokikokiko The Bokikokiko (Acrocephalus aequinoctialis) is a species of Old World warbler in the Sylviidae family. It is found only in Kiribati. See more at Wikipedia.org... This article uses material from Wikipedia® and is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License Wikipedia Português A enciclopédia livre Download this dictionary Acrocephalus aequinoctialis Acrocephalus aequinoctialis é uma espécie de ave da família Sylviidae.Apenas pode ser encontrada no Kiribati. More
The bokikokiko, named for its call, is a genuine endemic, found nowhere else. It derives from the family of reed-warblers, a nondescript tribe that has managed to disperse itself to a surprising number of Pacific Islands, and to make a living in places where, in many cases, nothing else can. Kuhl’s lorikeet is as brilliant as the bokikokiko is drab. Its pattern of distribution is quite perplexing; it’s native to Tubuai, far to the south, and here, but no place in between. More
Bokikokiko Acrocephalus aequinoctialis Northern Marquesan Reed Warbler Acrocephalus percernis Tahiti Reed Warbler Acrocephalus caffer Southern Marquesan Reed Warbler Acrocephalus mendanae Tuamotu Reed Warbler Acrocephalus atyphus Cook Reed Warbler Acrocephalus kerearako Rimatara Reed Warbler Acrocephalus rimitarae Henderson Reed Warbler Acrocephalus taiti Pitcairn Reed Warbler Acrocephalus vaughani Black-browed Reed Warbler Acrocephalus bistrigiceps Moustached Warbler Acrocephalus melanopogon Aquatic Warbler Acrocephalus paludicola Sedge Warbler Acrocephalus schoenobaenus Speckled Reed More
responsible for the extirpation of Bokikokiko and the decline of Kuhl’s Lorikeet there. The fate of fauna here will be depend on the control of introduced species and the amount of land needed to support growing human populations. Land area will also be affected by global warming. If sea level rises significantly in the twenty-first century, most of these islands will be completely submerged and their ecosystems lost forever. More
else in the world, and the species on Kiritimati (the Bokikokiko) is the only perching bird on that island. "These bird communities are pretty amazing in their isolation," says Beadell. "Some of these warblers have been on the islands for approximately a million years. When birds colonize islands, they lose some of their genetic diversity. I wanted to see if some components of immunity are lost in that process. More