French: Grive d’Enggano German: Engganodrossel Spanish: Zorzal de Enggano
Bua-Bua, Enggano Island.
Often treated as conspecific with G. interpres. Monotypic.
Enggano I, off SW Sumatra.
c. 16–18·5 cm. Crown to mantle rusty-ochre, mantle to rump olive-ochre, flight-feathers mid-brown, median wing-coverts slaty-brown with white tips; lores and... read more
Song resembles a juvenile begging call. It is faster and more varied than that of G. interpres... read more
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Reportedly common within very restricted range, which supports relatively intact forest. Behaviour and ecology... read more
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