Information about the Bird Bismarck Whistler
The Bismarck whistler (Pachycephala citreogaster) is a species of bird in the Pachycephalidae family, which is endemic to the Bismarck Archipelago in Papua New Guinea.
It is variably considered a subspecies of a widespread golden whistler (P. pectoralis) or treated as a separate species, but strong published evidence in favour of either treatment is limited, and further study is warranted to resolve the complex taxonomic situation.
Five subspecies are recognized:
The males of the Bismarck whistler are white-throated unlike the yellow-throated males of the oriole whistler (P. orioloides) to the south-east.
More inforamtion about Bismarck Whistler.