|Oriental White Eye Warbler|
This sub-tropical bird is found mainly in China as well as Cambodia and throughout Asia. It is a migratory bird and they do their mating in northern China. They migrate in the winter season to South Asia.
These pretty little birds are only 8-9 cms and are very distinctive with their yellow marking over their heads, necks and plumage. This makes them easy to be seen.
They go around in small groups and live on nectar from the flowers and small insects. There are several different species and they all come in a variety of colours. Which places them in the sub-species.
To find out more Click on the link here http://www.avianweb.com/orientalwhiteeyes.html
|Chestnut White Eye Warbler|
Zosteropidae erythropleurus Chestnut Flanked White Eye WarblerThis species is Red listed Endangered and can be seen in Cambodia's bird sanctuary where they are safe.
These birds make theirs nests high up in the trees of the Poplar, Alder, Willow and both varieties of deciduous and evergreen trees and forest. They will lay up to three eggs per nest.
To learn more check out the link here http://www.avianweb.com/images/birds/ChestnutflankedWhiteeye.jpg