Male foraging on the ground in the dense forest, in the same microhabitat as Orange-headed Thrush.

Male foraging on the ground in the dense forest, in the same microhabitat as Orange-headed Thrush.
Species: Malay Banded Pitta   Hydrornis irena
Subspecies: ripleyi
Author: Henrik Bringsøe
Date: 
Friday, January 25, 2013
Added to IBC: 19 Sep 2013 - 21:22
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Henrik Bringsøe, IBC1034734. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1034734.

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Henrik Bringsøe, IBC1034734. Photo of Malay Banded Pitta Hydrornis irena at Si Phang-nga National Park, Thailand. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1034734.

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