Hainan Leaf Warbler

Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montanes. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Hainan Leaf Warbler is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

The diet of the Hainan leaf warbler is unknown, but is presumed to mainly comprise small leaf-dwelling insects and their larvae, as in other warblers of the Phylloscopus genus (4). Foraging may occur singly or in pairs, but has been recorded in flocks of up to 30. Mixed-species flocks are also sometimes joined (3). More

Rezultati za: hainan leaf warblerPrijevodi 1 - 30 of 377 Engleski Engleski Finski Finski hainan leaf warbler hainaninuunilintu, Phylloscopus hainanus mountain leaf warbler sundanuunilintu, Phylloscopus trivirgatus blyth’s leaf warbler indokiinanuunilintu, Phylloscopus reguloides gansu leaf warbler kansunuunilintu, Phylloscopus kansuensis tytler’s leaf warbler mäntyuunilintu, Phylloscopus tytleri green leaf warbler kaukasianuunilintu, Phylloscopus nitidus More

The endemic Hainan leaf warbler was first "discovered" as a preserved specimen in a cabinet in Kunming, China. The bird was mislabeled, and closer inspection found it to be a "new" species from Hainan. Fieldwork showed that the species still survives in the wild, notably in Jian Fengling Reserve. Wild Side A surprisingly high diversity of conifer species occurs in the interior uplands of Hainan Island. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Sylviidae
Genus : Phylloscopus
Species : hainanus
Authority : Olsson, Alström & Colston, 1993