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Eastern Olivaceous Warbler

(Iduna pallida)
Alternate name(s): "Olivaceous Warbler"
Size: 12-13.5 cm

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Description     Classification     Distribution     Sightings     Photos     Breeding     Nest     Eggs     Behaviour     Food     Call/s

Physical description

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Taxonomy, classification

See Eastern Olivaceous Warbler at Wikipedia .

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Range, habitat

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Sightings

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Photos

ADULT

Sex unknown

Frontal view of an Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Eastern Olivaceous Warbler with its head turned
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Eastern Olivaceous Warblers are always on the lookout for small insects
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Here one can see that Eastern Olivaceous Warblers have a small crest
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Lateral view of an Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Dorsal view of an Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Eastern Olivaceous Warblers always wag and/or fan their tails - here elevated
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Here the Eastern Olivaceous Warbler's tail is fanned and low
[Campus of Sultan Qaboos University, near Muscat, April 2010]

Food, Diet

Like all warblers known to us, Eastern Olivaceous Warblers feed on insects that they catch in flight or pick from foliage.

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