French: Arrenga de Bornéo German: Borneopfeifdrossel Spanish: Arrenga de Borneo
Bungal Hills, near Sarawak, Borneo
Mountains of Borneo (from Mt Kinabalu E to Mt Menyapa and S to Mt Tegora).
c. 25–26 cm. Male is mostly bluish-black, with vestigial blue forehead-band, bluish sheen on throat and breast, brownish-black wings with small dull blue shoulder patch... read more
Calls include pleasant ventriloquial long-drawn whistle on one pitch, used in contact when moving... read more
Ground and lower storeys of submontane forest, usually but not exclusively along margins of rocky... read more
Food and feeding
Larger invertebrates and small vertebrates, including earthworms, crickets, beetles, snails, woodlice and frogs; also berries. Forages on... read more
Jan–Feb and Apr, and breeding-condition bird in Nov. Nest placed in crevice on high rock or between boulders, usually adjacent to... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Moderately common and widespread within relatively restricted range. Recorded from Mount Kinabalu National Park (Sabah) and Gunung Mulu National Park... read more
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