White-eye/Wax-eye/Silvereye Zosterops sp.

White-eye
White-eye
White-eye
The White-eye is a small mainly olive green/grey bird with distinctive white-bordered eyes. Various species of White-eye live in sub-Saharan Africa, Southeast Asia and Australasia.
White-eye
White-eye
White-eye
Various species/subspecies of White-eye are shown above and below. The white eye-ring is made up of small, white feathers.
White-eye
White-eye
White-eye
Thought to be the Broad-ringed White-eye, also called the Montane White-eye, Zosterops poliogastrus, which lives in high altitude habitat in East Africa.

ORIENTAL WHITE-EYE, Zosterops palpebrosus

Oriental White-eye
Oriental White-eyes
Oriental White-eyes
The Oriental White-eye has a yellowish lime green back with dark wing-tips/tail, a yellow throat/vent and a mainly white front (some buff streaking). It ranges from India to Southeast Asia. Like all White-eye species, they are sociable, flocking birds. There are several subspecies as well as closely-related species over their range. Male and female have similar plumage.

SILVEREYE (also WAX-EYE), Zosterops lateralis

Silvereye
Silvereye
Silvereye
Silvereye
The Silvereye, also called Wax-eye, of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and some other Pacific islands, has a grey upper back and "shoulders", white front/throat, buff flanks and grey wing-tips/tail.
Silvereye
Silvereye
Silvereye
Silvereye
Shown is the nominal subspecies from New Zealand (self-introduced from Pacific islands in the 1800s).