French: Grive de Péron German: Timordrossel Spanish: Zorzal de Timor
Other common names: Orange-sided Thrush
New Holland; error = Kupang, Timor.
Two subspecies recognized.
19·5–21·5 cm. Nominate race is deep orange-brown above, connecting to orange-chestnut below on breast and flanks, with white face to upper breast and... read more
Song, in most months of year, a series of phrases each consisting of three loud, ringing, upslurred... read more
Forest, including monsoon forest, favouring areas with closed canopy, although present in degraded... read more
Food and feeding
Forages at various levels, on ground, in middle storey and in canopy. Occasionally encountered in groups of up to five individuals in... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near Threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Timor and Wetar EBA and Banda Sea Islands EBA. Generally common, but areas... read more
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