Black-ringed White-eye

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

The Black-ringed White-eye is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

(Indonesia), Black-ringed White-eye Zosterops anomalus of southwest Sulawesi, Black-eared Miner Manorina melanotis of Australia and Long-bearded Honeyeater Melidectes princeps from the mountains of Papua New Guinea. However, the photograph of New Ireland Friarbird Philemon eichhorni on page 577 is apparently not this species – the photo shows a bird with a distinctive casque at the base of its bill, which this species lacks – according to both the text and painting. Indeed, the photograph may well be a Helmeted Friarbird P. More

the Black-ringed White-eye, an endemic bird restricted to the south of Sulawesi. Karaenta is about ten kilometres past a little place called Bantimurung. We spent only a few hours here. Birds seen here during our trip: Red-backed Buttonquail, Sulawesi Woodpecker, Sooty-headed Bulbul, Grey-spotted Flycatcher, Sulawesi Babbler, Pale-blue Monarch, Sulawesi Babbler, Golden-bellied Gerygone, Plain-throated Sunbird, Black Sunbird, Olive-backed Sunbird, Olive-backed Sunbird, Yellow-sided Flowerpecker, Grey-sided Flowerpecker, BLACK-RINGED WHITE-EYE, Nutmeg Mannikin. More

Black-ringed White-eye Zosterops anomalus: Mission accomplished at Karaenta forest, where we found many of these singing in the early morning. It took a little while to get a good view though! Endemic to south Sulawesi. Cream-throated White-eye Zosterops atriceps: Some fine views eventually of this fellow on Halmahera. Endemic to the North Moluccas. Black-fronted White-eye Zosterops atrifrons: Quite a few seen at Lore Lindu, particularly on our first morning there. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Zosteropidae
Genus : Zosterops
Species : anomalus
Authority : Meyer & Wiglesworth, 1896