Ibadan Malimbe

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Ibadan Malimbe is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Ibadan Malimbe (Malimbus ibadanensis) is a species of bird in the Ploceidae family. It is endemic to Nigeria. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Malimbus ibadanensis. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 26 July 2007. More

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the globally Endangered Ibadan Malimbe Malimbus ibadanensis and other malimbe species SHIIWUA MANU, WILL PEACH, CHRIS BOWDEN and WILL CRESSWELL (2005). Bird Conservation International, Volume 15, Issue 03, September 2005 pp 275-285 http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?aid=345229 Blog this Article Bird Conservation International (2005), 15 : 275-285 Cambridge University Press Copyright © BirdLife International 2005 doi:10. More

Range extension of the Ibadan Malimbe Malimbus ibadanensis by A.A. Ajagbe, T.S. Osinubi, A.U. Ezealor & A. Ogunsesan Malimbus 31: 121-122 2009 Odd observations from bird ringing in Nigeria by R.E. Sharland Malimbus 31: 57 2008 Lipid metabolite levels among pre-migratory Palaearctic songbirds during the wet–dry season transition by C.P. More

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“The sighting of the Ibadan Malimbe in Ifon Forest Reserve indicates an extension of the earlier range” —Ademola Ajagbe, Nigerian Conservation Foundation One male was identified during the eight-day survey in 2007, while two males were identified at two different locations during the eight-day 2008 survey in the central and northern portion of the reserve. More

questions about distribution of Ibadan Malimbe in south-western forests", said Ademola Ajagbe of Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF, BirdLife Partner Designate in Nigeria). Birdlife further shows that Ibadan Malimbe was known only from a small area circumscribed by Ibadan, Ife, Iperu and Ilaro in south-western Nigeria. Reports indicate that in December 2006, species were first discovered in Ifon Forest Reserve of Ondo State, where six sight records were obtained during a ten-day survey. More

New sightings of the Ibadan Malimbe in Nigeria's newest proposed IBA = 13-10-2008 Surveys of the Ifon Forest Reserve, Nigeria, in November 2007 and March 2008 provided confirmed sightings of Endangered Ibadan Malimbe Malimbus ibadanensis, which is endemic to south-west Nigeria. These and earlier sightings have led Ifon Forest Reserve to be proposed as Nigeria's newest Important Bird Area. More

the endemic Ibadan Malimbe has only rarely been recorded. The accommodations at the International House are excellent and reasonably-priced (7500 Naira, about US$50) for a “superior single room” with breakfast, which they held for us until 9:30 so we could go out birding at dawn. Reservations are required; I got mine by e-mail to iita@cgiar.org (or iita@cgnet.com). The institute is 5 km past the University of Ibadan on the road north to Oyo. More

Ibadan Malimbe Malimbus ibadanensis = Described by: Elgood (1958) Alternate common name(s): Elgood's Malimbe Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs No photographs are available for this species Range Sw. Nigeria; Ibadan, vicinity of grounds of the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Ploceidae
Genus : Malimbus
Species : ibadanensis
Authority : Elgood, 1958