IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

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Owing to its scarcity and highly localised distribution, very little is known about the ecology of the grey-crowned crocias. Most encounters with the species have been of single individuals, pairs or occasionally small groups of up to five, with and without other flocking species. It forages almost exclusively in the outer canopy of broadleaved evergreen trees, with caterpillars being at least an occasional food source, if not a staple (2) (3).


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