Bananaquit Images

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Bananaquit Images

Bananaquit Images, Facts and Information:

Corereba flaveola

  • Bananaquits are small birds with black backs and heads that have white stripes over their eyes, downward curved beaks and yellow on their bellies.
  • Bananaquits are nonmigratory that can be found in South and Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean and the Bahamas, occasionally they are found in Florida too.
  • The preferred habitat of Bananaquits include tropical lowland forests and scrublands.
  • Bananaquits are nectar eaters.
  • Bananaquits lay 3 eggs which hatch in 12 to 13 days. The female incubates and they are monogamous.
  • Nicknames for Bananaquits include “Sugar Birds”, “chibichibi” and “Chickadee of the Caribbean”.
  • A group of Bananaquits is called a “bunch”.

I hope you enjoy viewing my Bananaquit photos.

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