DECLARATION OF SPRING
The Japanese White-Eye also known as the Mejiro.
The Japanese White-eye is about 4 to 4.5 inches in size, with a green forehead and a yellow throat, a greenish back, and dark brown wings and tail outlined in green. Like other white-eyes, this species exhibits the distinctive white eye ring that gives it its name (mejiro also meaning “white eye” in Japanese). It is omnivorous, feeding primarily on insects and nectar. (by ajpscs)