Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Burnt-necked eremomela (Eremomela usticollis) inhabit mixed woodland and savannah woodland dominated by fine-leaved Acacia trees. This is a highly active species, continually on the move in the tree canopy.Distribution: Central Namibia including Windhoek and Okahandja, north to Etosha National Park and the Zambezi Region (formerly the Caprivi Strip).
Diet: Eats small insects and spiders as well as feeding on the nectar of Mountain Aloe (Aloe marlottii).Description: Usticollis is a combination of 2 Latin words which mean 'brown by burning' and 'neck'. Produces a very high-pitched song.
Breeding: As 1 bird builds 1 nest, then the mate will sing frequently, often joined by the partner. Females lay between 1 and 4 eggs between October and April and incubated by both sexes.
Size: 11cm. Weight: 9g.
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