IUCN threat status:

Vulnerable (VU)


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Range Description

Acrocephalus rehsei is endemic to the tiny island of Nauru, in the western Pacific Ocean. In 1993, it was found to be widely distributed throughout the island and relatively common (B. Fletcher in litt. 1995) and in 2006 the population was estimated at 5,000 individuals and it was still considered common (Buden 2008). There is little information on trends.


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