Seychelles warbler

Seychelles warbler

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SPECIES
Acrocephalus sechellensis

The Seychelles warbler, also known as Seychelles brush warbler, is a small songbird found on five granitic and corraline islands in the Seychelles. It is a greenish-brown bird with long legs and a long slender bill. It is primarily found in forested areas on the islands. The Seychelles warbler is a rarity in that it exhibits cooperative breeding, or alloparenting; which means that the monogamous pair is assisted by nonbreeding female helpers. A few decades ago the Seychelles warbler was on the verge of extinction, with only 26 birds surviving on Cousin Island in 1968. Due to conservation efforts there are more than 2500 of the species alive today with viable populations on Denis, Frégate, Cousine and Aride Islands, as well as Cousin Island.

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Distribution

Geography

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Biogeographical realms

Seychelles warbler habitat map

Biome

Habits and Lifestyle

Lifestyle
Seasonal behavior
Bird's call

Diet and Nutrition

Diet

Mating Habits

MATING BEHAVIOR

References

1. Seychelles warbler Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seychelles_warbler
2. Seychelles warbler on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/22714882/94431883
3. Xeno-canto bird call - https://xeno-canto.org/506354

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