The tiny pockets of rainforest of the small tropical and subtropical islands of the vast Pacific Ocean...
Lamprolepis smaragdina, 'Emerald Tree Skink'.
Ptilinopus luteovirens, 'Golden Fruit Dove'. Endemic to Fiji.
Ducula latrans, 'Barking/Peale's Imperial Pigeon'. Endemic to Fiji.
Accipiter rufitorques, 'Fijian Goshawk'. Found in various habitats, but endemic to Fiji.
Prosopeia personata, 'Masked Shining Parrot'. Endemic to Fiji.
Myzomela rubratra, 'Micronesian Myzomela'. Found in northern Mariana islands.
There are three species in this genus. They are found on the islands of Fiji, with one species extending into Polynesia.
Probably Foulehaio procerior, 'Northern Wattled Honeyeater'. Endemic to main island of Fiji.
Foulehaio carunculatus, 'Eastern Wattled Honeyeater'. Found in the rainforest and mangroves of Fiji.
Lalage maculosa, 'Polynesian Triller'.
Aplonis opaca, 'Micronesian Starling'. Found in Micronesia, including northern Mariana islands.
Acridotheres fuscus, 'Jungle Mynah'. Closely related and resembles Javan Mynah. Introduced from India into Fiji and other islands.
Pteropus pelewensis, 'Pelew Flying Fox/Fruit Bat'. Infamously included in a 'fruit bat soup' in Micronesia.
Pteropus tonganus , 'Insular/Pacific Flying Fox'. It is found in rainforest, mangroves and around human habitation. It is the most geographically widespread of all the flying fox in the Pacific; being recorded in New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, Tuvalu, Tokelau, Niue, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Wallis & Futuna and Fiji.