Japanese Reed Bunting

The Japanese Reed Bunting is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

* Japanese Reed Bunting, Emberiza yessoensis Near-threatened * Little Bunting, Emberiza pusilla * Pallas' Reed Bunting, Emberiza pallasi Rare/Accidental * Yellow-breasted Bunting, Emberiza aureola * Chestnut Bunting, Emberiza rutila * Pine Bunting, Emberiza leucocephala * Tristram's Bunting, Emberiza tristrami * Ortolan Bunting, Emberiza hortulana Rare/Accidental * Black-headed Bunting, Emberiza melanocephala Rare/Accidental * More

Japanese Reed Bunting Emberiza yessoensis Regularly seen at the Sandflats. More

Japanese Reed Bunting Great Reed Warbler ―Photos: Shigeki Sogame HOME More

Japanese Reed Bunting / Peregrine Falcon / Izu Island Thrush / Narcissus Flycatcher / Swallow (House Swallow) 5: Streaked Shearwater / Black-tailed Gull / Greater Pied Kingfisher / Painted Snipe / Goshawk 6: Kentish Plover / Collared Turtle Dove / Pine Grosbeak / Cuckoo / Japanese Lesser Sparrow Hawk 7: Little Grebe / Ptarmigan (Rock Ptarmigan) / Alpine Accentor / Japanese Green Pigeon / Bonin Islands Honeyeater More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Emberizidae
Genus : Emberiza
Species : yessoensis
Authority : (Swinhoe, 1863)