French: Garrulaxe des Buguns German: Bugunbunthäherling Spanish: Charlatán Bugun
Lama Camp (27°09’27” N, 92°27’39” E), near Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary, Arunachal Pradesh, India
Lama Camp, just outside Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary#R (W Arunachal Pradesh, in NE India).
22 cm. Greyish-olive liocichla with black crown, yellow lores and broken supercilium, broad yellow wing patch and red drop-like tips on secondaries and tertials, red tips on... read more
Songs, all fluty and in all of which the initial consonant barely audible, include descending... read more
Heavily disturbed hillsides and ravines with dense shrubbery and small to medium-sized trees left... read more
Food and feeding
Small berries seen taken. Forages on ground, working through low undergrowth, creeping in tangled vines and even clambering on trunks in... read more
Apparently mated and territorial in May, when all those seen have been in twos and responded to playback. Two pairs in one ravine were... read more
Presumed resident; individuals seen in Jan and again in Mar–May in same general area.
Status and conservation
CRITICALLY ENDANGERED. Described from feathers and photographs in 2006, when fears about its tiny known population led to decision to release alive the bird designated as... read more
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