Mount Apo Sunbird

Its natural habitat is tropical moist montane forest. The species is not yet threatened by habitat loss, and is common within its range, but it is listed as Near Threatened due to its tiny range.

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The Mount Apo Sunbird is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

* Mount Apo Sunbird (Aethopyga boltoni) - we had to work for this but eventually tracked down a cracking male on Kitanglad. Nominate race. * Flaming Sunbird (Aethopyga flagrans) – lots of females and, eventually, a cracking male. Check out the low-level, red flowers for these beauties on Mt.Makiling. More

Mount Apo Sunbird, Aethopyga boltoni Conservation status: Lower risk (nt) Lina's Sunbird, Aethopyga linaraborae Conservation status: Lower risk (nt) Flaming Sunbird, Aethopyga flagrans Conservation status: Lower risk (lc) More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Nectariniidae
Genus : Aethopyga
Species : boltoni
Authority : Mearns, 1905