Cameroon Mountain Greenbul

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. It is becoming rare due to habitat loss.

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

admire Cameroon Mountain Greenbul and, feeding in the track, a pair of Red-faced Crimsonwing. However, the most pristine forest lay ahead, so we pressed on until the deep rasps of turacos drifted through the misty morning air. We waited patiently as a turaco moved around, out of sight. A large, dark bird landed nearby - Cameroon Olive Pigeon! A pair of these handsome pigeons were sitting quietly in the tops of a Hagenia tree. More

Sawwing, Cameroon Mountain Greenbul, Mountain Greenbul, Cameroon Olive‑Greenbul, Brown‑backed Cisticola, Black‑collared Apalis, Grey Apalis, Bangwa Forest‑Warbler, Willow Warbler, Garden Warbler, Ruwenzori Hill‑Babbler, Black‑crowned Waxbill, Yellow Wagtail, Tree Pipit, Bannerman's Weaver, Baglafecht, Black‑billed & Preuss' Weaver, Yellow Bishop, Cameroon & Orange‑tufted Sunbird, Yellow‑fronted Canary, Thick‑billed Seedeater, Oriole Finch. Birds we did not see: Blue‑breasted Bee‑eater, Elliot's Woodpecker, Cassinn's & Thick‑billed Honeyguide, Black‑faced Rufous Warbler, Fernando Po Oliveback, Brown‑capped Weaver. More

Cameroon Mountain Greenbul, Andropadus montanus 2 both days at Bafut-Nguemba only. Little Greenbul, Andropadus virens Widespread in small numbers except in the N where the only record was 1 at Ngaoundaba Ranch. Grey Greenbul, Andropadus gracilis Up to 10 daily Mt Kup More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Pycnonotidae
Genus : Andropadus
Species : montanus
Authority : Reichenow, 1892