Pemba Sunbird

The Pemba Sunbird is a species of bird in the sunbird family. It is endemic to Pemba Island, in Tanzania.

The Pemba Sunbird is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Pemba Sunbird (Nectarinia pembae) is a species of bird in the sunbird family. It is endemic to Pemba Island, in Tanzania. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Nectarinia pembae. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 26 July 2007. Stub icon This Nectariniidae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v • d • e Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

Pemba Sunbird (Cinnyris pembae) = French: Souimanga de Pemba German: Pembanektarvogel Spanish: Suimanga de Pemba Other common names: Pemba Violet-breasted/Pemba Purple-banded Sunbird Taxonomy: Cinnyris pembae Reichenow, 1905, Pemba Island. Genus often subsumed in Nectarinia. Forms a superspecies with C. chalcomelas, and often considered conspecific. Also, a possible relationship with C. notatus has been proposed. Monotypic. Distribution: Pemba I and adjacent islets, off E Tanzania. More

Birds: Pemba scops owl, Pemba Sunbird, Pemba Green pigeon and Pemba White-eye. Zanzibar. The world heritage site of Stone Town offers you a wonderful insight into the Swahili culture of east Africa. Experience a guided walk though town to learn about the slave trade of the past or explore the spices for which the island is famous. Alternatively add variety to your island stop by visiting the forest to view the rare and endemic Zanzibar red colobus monkey. More

Pemba Sunbird Cinnyris pembae and Pemba White-eye Zosterops vaughani. Further details of Tanzania's EBAs and IBAs can be found at BirdLife International and BAKER, N.E. & BAKER, L.M. (2002). More

Pemba Sunbird are common throughout the island, and Ngezi Forest Reserve, (see below), a tall tropical forest filled with slanting sunlight and unusual wildlife action, is the best place to try to spot the Pemba Green Pigeon and Pemba Scops Owl. Here also you can see the unusually squat and characteristic endemic Pemba Palm Tree, and might catch a glimpse in the gathering dusk of the island’s endemic fruit bat, also known as Flying Fox, and their endemic Galago Bush Baby. More

* Pemba Sunbird, Cinnyris pembae * Orange-tufted Sunbird, Cinnyris bouvieri * Palestine Sunbird, Cinnyris oseus * Shining Sunbird, Cinnyris habessinicus * Splendid Sunbird, Cinnyris coccinigaster * Johanna's Sunbird, Cinnyris johannae * Superb Sunbird, Cinnyris superbus More

and Pemba Sunbird both offered no great challenge but the Pemba Green Pigeon proved irritatingly elusive although ultimately everybody had the opportunity to see them. On the glorious beaches we found the sublime Crab-plover and we also visited a roost site of the endemic Pemba Flying Fox before heading home. Download Full Tour Report 796kbpdf logo Call us: 01254 826317 (international: +44 1254 826317) Email us: More

Stamps showing Pemba Sunbird Cinnyris pembae Pemba Sunbird Cinnyris pembae Distribution map for Pemba Sunbird, range 212.040 Pemba Sunbird IOC v2. More

Pemba Sunbird Cinnyris pembae = Described by: Reichenow (1905) Alternate common name(s): Pemba Purple-banded Sunbird Old scientific name(s): Nectarinia pembae Photographs No photographs are available for this species Range Pemba Is. off Tanzania. More

Pemba Sunbird on Pemba Island More

Pemba Sunbird Cinnyris pembae 377. Variable Sunbird Cinnyris venustus 378. African Yellow White-eye Zosterops senegalensis 379. Broad-ringed White-eye Zosterops poliogaster 380. White-breasted White-eye Zosterops abyssinicus 381. Pemba White-eye Zosterops vaughani 382. Green-headed Oriole Oriolus chlorocephalus 383. African Black-headed Oriole Oriolus larvatus 384. Gray-backed Fiscal Lanius excubitoroides 385. Long-tailed Fiscal Lanius cabanisi 386. Taita Fiscal Lanius dorsalis 387. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Nectariniidae
Genus : Nectarinia
Species : pembae
Authority : (Reichenow, 1905)