White-bellied Whistler

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

The White-bellied Whistler (Pachycephala leucogastra) is a species of bird in the Pachycephalidae family. The species has an oddly discontinuous distribution, occurring in two small patches of northern New Guinea, one small patch in south eastern New Guinea and on Rossel Island in the Louisiade Archipelago (off the tip of eastern New Guinea). The species uses a variety of habitats, including wet eucalyptus forests, mangrove forests, savanna, and modified habitats like rubber plantations. More

White-bellied Whistler Pachycephala leucogastra arctitorquis - Adult female White-bellied Whistler Photographer : More

White-bellied Whistler, Pachycephala leucogastra arctitorquis - White-bellied Whistler, Pachycephala leucogastra arctitorquis, Maluku, Indonesia, Tanimbars 08-2006 © Mehd Halaouate Send this as a postcard White-bellied Whistler, Pachycephala leucogastra arctitorquis - Showing Records 1 through 2 of 2 Total Records More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Pachycephalidae
Genus : Pachycephala
Species : leucogastra
Authority : Salvadori & D'Albertis, 1875