French: Rossignol de David German: Feuerkehlnachtigall Spanish: Ruiseñor de David
Paohing, eastern Xizang, China.
14 cm; male mean 15·1 g, female 13·9–15·1 g. Breeding male is dull slaty from crown to rump, with blackish-brown wings, brownish-black tail with... read more
Song a sustained outpouring consisting of excellent mimicry intermixed with dry trills, harsh buzzy... read more
Breeds in montane forest and dense thickets and scrub, including bamboo, in valley bottoms and on... read more
Food and feeding
Feeds on insects on forest floor. No other information.
Migratory, but schedule and pattern of movements unknown; winters in NE India. Previously... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. CMS Appendix II. Rare. Only recent records on breeding grounds are from Wolong Nature Reserve, in Sichuan;... read more
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