French: Témia des Andaman German: Andamanenbaumelster Spanish: Urraca de las Andamán
32 cm; 92–113 g. Unmistakable small treepie, the smallest of genus, with large white wing patch and pale eyes; long, strongly graduated tail, central pair of feathers... read more
Poorly documented. Said to have repeated harsh alarm note, and metallic sound likened to "a coarse... read more
Dense, humid evergreen forests, where it favours the largest trees.
Food and feeding
No information on diet; presumably omnivorous. Typically encountered in small parties, with as many as 12–20 in loose company... read more
Eggs recorded Mar–May. Solitary breeder. Nest a rather flimsy structure of fine twigs and grasses, smaller and neater, more compact,... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Andaman Islands EBA. Not uncommon in suitable forest habitat. Transect surveys undertaken in 1993 and 1994... read more
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