The Rimatara reed warbler (Acrocephalus rimitarae ) is a species of Old World warbler in the Acrocephalidae family. It is found only on the island of Rimatara in French Polynesia. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and swamps.
The are endemic to the island of Rimatara but have been overshadowed by the other endemic bird, the spectacular Rimatara Lorikeet. They are a bit harder to spot but if you walk slowly along the main road, you will probably see them if you are watching carefully.
This species is listed as Vulnerable because it is confined to one very small island where although it is currently not uncommon, it would have to be uplisted were a decline detected.
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