There around 12 species of these Wren –babblers found over North-East part of India and is unique to Eastern Himalayan Mountain Forest.</p>
Captured in Meanam Wildlife sanctuary, Ravangla, Sikkim</p>
July 2016, the vegetation is lot greener in Monsoon and Birds are very active in rains, only that one needs to get lucky with break of downpour.</p>
Nikon D750, Nikon 200-500 mm, F-stop 5.6, SS 1/50s, ISO 1600, Handheld.</p>
The Ripley Guide
The most complete and up-to-date guide to the birds of the region. Revised and updated with the newest findings on vocalizations and taxonomy, including several taxa newly recorded for the region, species whose voice was previously unknown, and additional newly recognised species. Species lists follow familiar Peters order except where changes are well-corroborated by recent research.
Citationchewangrinchen, IBC1320150. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1320150.
chewangrinchen, IBC1320150. Photo of Rufous-throated Wren-babbler Spelaeornis caudatus at Ravangla, India. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1320150.
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