Japanese White-eye – Natural Bird Sound
The Japanese white-eye, also known as the mejiro, is a small passerine bird in the white-eye family.
11 cm in length. The iris is reddish-brown, and the eye rims are white. The beak is thin, gray-black. Feet lead grey.
Hermaphrodites are of the same color. The forehead, throat and undertail coverts are yellow, the eyes are black before the eyes, the back is yellow-green, the chest and flank are gray-white, the abdomen is white, and there is an inconspicuous vertical yellow line in the center of the abdomen.
Korean Peninsula, Japan, Central and Southern China, Indochina Peninsula, Taiwan.