French: Grive d’Everett German: Borneoerddrossel Spanish: Zorzal de Everett
Mount Dulit, north-west Borneo.
Mountains of N Borneo (Sabah and NE Sarawak).
19–20 cm. Plumage is deep olive-brown above, with vague olive tinge on neck side and rump; pale buff-white lores, submoustachial and chin to throat, dark brown malar,... read more
Song apparently undescribed; subsong a very subdued scatter of musical notes. Call a sharp “tsak!... read more
Mossy montane forest, at 1200–2140 m. One observation in “jungle dense with creepers” and... read more
Food and feeding
Small insects, including beetle larvae and termites; also worms, leeches. Forages singly or in small groups on ground amid damp leaves or... read more
Nest found in May, placed low in undergrowth. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in the Bornean Mountains EBA. Highly secretive and very poorly known species... read more
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