The Bananaquit was first described by Linnaeus in his Systema Naturae in 1758 as Certhia flaveola.

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The Bananaquit is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola) is a species of passerine bird of uncertain relation. It is tentatively placed in the tanager family, but classified as incertae sedis by other authorities such as the American Ornithologists' Union. Its classification is debated, and it is often placed in its own family: Coerebidae. It has recently been suggested the Bananaquit should be split into three species, but this has yet to receive widespread recognition. More

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The Bananaquit has a fairly large global range, reaching up to 11 million square kilometers. This bird is native to numerous countries throughout the world. Prior to 2000, the Bananaquit had a rating of Lower Risk. Since that time it has been downgraded to Least Concern due to its range and population size. More

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In the lowlands, the Bananaquit is most common in semi-open to shrubby areas; at middle elevations it searches for flowers in the canopy and edges of moist to wet forests. This bird also forges in areas used by humans, such as clearings, plantations, gardens, and parks. Range The Bananaquit lives on the mainland from southern Mexico to Argentina, and on most islands of the West Indies except Cuba. More

has inspired us to nickname the Bananaquit the "chickadee of the Caribbean.” The locals call them chibichibi (in Dutch, zuiker diefje), and when you hear them, you’ll know why. They are common throughout the island including around hotels and will likely arrive at your breakfast table to sip juice or sample the jelly or syrup. They can be drawn to the balcony at your room by setting out fresh fruit or juice in a shallow bowl or dish. More

Learn more about Bananaquit's location, accommodation and facilities, as well as find information about facilities on the island and neighbouring Antigua. More

Bananaquit is set around a peaceful garden, which is frequently visited by our friendly little yellow-breasted bird after which we were named. Ideally located in the southern most tip of the island, in the popular Crown Point area. We are just a short stroll away from beautiful beaches and a diversity of entertainment for the whole family. If you are viewing this text, your browser lacks the ability to read frames. Don't worry, you can still enjoy our site. More

5 inches) long, the bananaquit is blackish above and yellow below, with, generally, white stripes near the eyes and white patches on the wings. It uses its sharp curved bill to probe flowers for nectar; sometimes it eats insects and fruit. It uses banana-leaf fibre in making its domed nest. Learn more about "bananaquit" Citations - MLA Style: "bananaquit." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2010. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 17 May. 2010 . APA Style:bananaquit. More

Bananaquit House is situated in Soufriere with unparalleled views of the Caribbean Sea and the Piton mountains, a World Heritage Site. On a clear day St. Vincent is visible in the far distance. Soufriere is the third town of St. Lucia. It is a two-hour drive from Castries / George Charles Airport and 45 minutes drive from Hewanorra Airport. The drive-in volcano, the health-giving mineral baths, and the beautiful Diamond botanical gardens are situated in the area. More

The bananaquit is one of Costa Rica's most social of birds, becoming almost tame around humans.The bananaquit is one of Costa Rica's most social of birds, becoming almost tame around humans. In Costa Rica, the bananaquit is easily recognizable by its bright yellow breast feathers and is found in most regions of the country, except those areas with tropical dry forest. Also they are rarely seen at the higher elevations. More

The Bananaquit is a common resident throughout the West Indies, and the Caribbean mainland from Southern Mexico south to southern Brazil and northeast Argentina. On Cuba, however, it is considered a vagrant. The factors that result in a lack of these birds on Cuba remain an ecological mystery. Cuba does host the smallest bird in the world, the Bee Hummingbird (Mellisuga helenae)! The Bananaquit is most numerous in settled districts and secondary growth. More

Bananaquit, photo by Kevin Karlson The family Coerebidae includes 1 species found in North America. The Bananaquit is found in the West Indies, Central America and South America in suburbs, parks, gardens, shrubs, thickets and hardwood hammocks. It has a thick, decurved bill and feeds on insects and nectar from flowering trees. The nest is globe-shaped. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Coerebidae
Genus : Coereba
Species : flaveola
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1758)