Two birds, but both photographs are of the same individual. At first I thought they were riroriro (grey warblers), but they're unmistakeably juvenile waxeyes.
Photo has been taken in Hahei.
Seen on my second morning in Hawaii
Keeping an eye on things in the bush.
One of a small flock.
The white-eyes are small passerine birds native to tropical, subtropical and temperate Sub-Saharan Africa, southern and eastern Asia, and Australasia. White-eyes inhabit most tropical islands in the Indian Ocean, the western Pacific Ocean, and the Gulf of Guinea. Discounting some widespread members of the genus Zosterops, most species are endemic to single islands or archipelagos. The Silvereye, Zosterops lateralis, naturally colonised New Zealand, where it is known as the "Wax-eye" or Tauhau ("stranger"), from 1855. The...