Common Jery

Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

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

common Jery Neomixis tenella, the White-headed Vanga Leptopterus viridis, and the diurnal lemur Propithecus verreauxi. To learn more about a lemur species related to Propithecus verreauxi, check out the Lemur catta webpage. More

The Common Jery (Neomixis tenella) is a species of bird in the Cisticolidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Neomixis tenella. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 26 July 2007. Stub icon This Cisticolidae-related article is a stub. More

* Common Jery (Neomixis tenella) * Green Jery (Neomixis viridis) Another species the Wedge-tailed Jery (Hartertula flavoviridis) was until recently placed in this genus but recent biochemical studies suggest its true relationships lie elsewhere. References - * Cibois, Alice; Slikas, Beth; Schulenberg, Thomas S. More

* Common Jery, at Berenty * Crossley's Babbler, at Ranamofana * White-headed Vanga, at Berenty * Sickle-billed Vanga, at Ankarafantsika * Crested Drongo, at Ankarafantsika * Sakalava Weaver, at Ifaty * White-browed Owl, at Berenty On Mauritius * Pink Pigeon On the Seychelles More

Common Jery (Neomixis tenella) = French: Petite Éroesse German: Graunackentimalie Spanish: Jiji Común Other common names: Northern Jery Taxonomy: Eroessa tenella Hartlaub, 1866, north-east Madagascar. Four subspecies recognized. Subspecies and Distribution: * tenella (Hartlaub, 1866) - N Madagascar. * decaryi Delacour, 1931 - W part of C Madagascar. * orientalis Delacour, 1931 - EC & SE Madagascar. More

COMMON JERY Neomixis tenella Common. STRIPE-THROATED JERY Neomixis striatigula Common. GREEN JERY Neomixis viridis Several birds found at Mantady and Ranomafana. WEDGE-TAILED JERY Hartertula flavoviridis A small group was tape lured in at Perinet. RANDS WARBLER Randia pseudozostrops Common in the east. CRYPTIC WARBLER Cryptosylvicola randrianasoloi Several birds at Mantady and Ranomafana. More

Common Jery (Neomixis tenella) photo Ifaty, Madagascar August, 2003 More

archboldi Red-tailed Newtonia Newtonia fanovanae Common Jery Neomixis tenella Green Jery Neomixis viridis Stripe-throated Jery Neomixis striatigula Wedge-tailed Jery Neomixis flavoviridis White-throated Oxylabes Oxylabes madagascariensis Yellow-browed Oxylabes Crossleyia xanthophrys Crossley`s Babbler Mystacornis crossleyi Madagascar Lark Mirafra hova Madagascar Wagtail Motacilla flaviventris Nelicourvi Weaver Ploceus nelicourvi Sakalava Weaver Ploceus sakalava Madagascar Red Fody Foudia madagascariensis Forest Fody Foudia omissa Madagascar Munia Lemuresthes nana useful reading A Field Guide More

The Common Jery (Neomixis tenella) is a species of bird in the Cisticolidae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. More

Common Jery (Neomixis tenella) Striped-throated Jery (Neomixis striatigula) Green Jery (Neomixis Viridis) Madagascar White-eye (Zosterops maderaspatanus) Madagascar Green Sunbird (Nectarinia notata) Souimanga Sunbird (Nectarinia souimanga) White-headed Vanga (Leptopterus viridis) Sickle-billed Vanga (Falculea palliata) Rufous Vanga (Schetba rufa) Red-tailed Vanga (Calicalicus madagascariensis) Hook-billed Vanga (Vanga curvirostris) Van Dam's Vanga (Xenopirostris damii) Tylas Vanga (Tylas eduardi) Madagascar Cuckoo Shrike (Coracina cinerea) Common Mynah More

Common Jery Neomixis tenella = Ifaty, Madagascar - Jan, 2007 More

We then found Common Jery, several groups of Madagascar White-eyes a male Forest Rock Thrush and then a great flurry of activity with Chabert’s Vanga eclipsed by two stunning Blue Vangas. We then found both Tylas Vanga and a Wards Flycatcher. A Blue Coua crept through the undergrowth while a Brown Lemur crossed the road. Back on the coach and we drove back to the reserve entrance. More

Warbler, Sub-desert Brush Warbler and Common Jery was enough to give them away. A storm soon gathered and the wind and rain put an end to the day More

including Common Jery, Common Newtonia and Souimanga Sunbird. Very soon we heard a Red-capped Coua, an Ampijoroa specialty, calling very close by. A bit of playback drew it out for excellent views as walking on the trail in front of us in plain view. Very soon after we had seen our third (and final for this site) species of coua, when a Coqueral’s Coua, another dry forest species, sat in a vine tangle for us. More

Common Jery (Neomixis tenella) Photo - Common Jery, Isolate address (URL) for bookmarking or e-mailing this photo, Neomixis tenella - Neomixis tenella Common Jery. Small bird, yellowish green above, whitish WINGS Birding Tours... Madagascar 2003 Birdlist - Common Jery, 15, 15, Neomixis tenella. Green Jery, 2, 4, Neomixis viridis. ... Common Avibase - The World Bird Database - Madagascar Paradise-Flycatcher, Terpsiphone mutata, PASSERIFORMES: Timaliidae. More

Welcome to Adobe GoLive 5 - Common Jery Neomixis tenella © Tom Schulenberg/VIREO Wedge-tailed Jery Neomixis CLICK HERE to make comments, add a link, or submit content for Neomixis viridis Almost all pictures on this site were taken with a Konica Minolta camera WILDMADAGASCAR.ORG WildMadagascar. More

Common Jery, Neomixis tenella Timaliidae (BABBLERS) Common Jery, Neomixis tenella This photo was taken in: Madagascar Notes on this photo: Madagascar Toliar Province Ifaty (Botanic gardens) The photo was taken by: Theo Groenestein , Madagascar reports Bird watching trip reports from Madagascar More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Timaliidae
Genus : Neomixis
Species : tenella
Authority : (Hartlaub, 1866)