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Myadestes obscurus


mostly frugivores but will eat insects or other small invertebrates, the bird has a song that is a set of jerky liquid notes (whip-per-weeo-whip-per-weet), the nest is a loose, bulky cup of ferns, moss, leaves and small twigs, sometimes lined with grass, pine needles or flower parts, species plays an important role as a seed disperser of native plants and its absence from areas where it once occurred may be limiting the regeneration of native understory, a grey-brown head, olive-brown upper parts, and pale grey underparts the bill and legs are blackish, juveniles have dark brown upper parts, heavily spotted with a whitish-buff


rainforests in the eastern and southeastern regions of the Big Island, can be found in high shrub lands in Mauna Loa, preferred trees: Koa and Ohia

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Christian Liberty Academy
Spotted by a stud ent at Christian Liberty Academy

Hawaii, USA

Spotted on Oct 29, 2017
Submitted on Oct 29, 2017

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