French: Torquéole à bec rouge German: Rotschnabel-Buschwachtel Spanish: Arborófila piquirroja
Other common names:
Mount Singgalang, Sumatra
Mountains of Sumatra.
c. 28–29 cm; male c. 243 g, female c. 209 g. Crown, nape, head-sides and neck blackish, finely mottled white, throat white, intensely marked with black, breast ruddy... read more
Song a series of repeated over-slurred whistles, increasing in volume and slightly in pitch at... read more
Montane forest, and even scrub in pine forest; occurs between 900 m and 2500 m; possibly prefers... read more
Food and feeding
No information available, but presumably similar to congenerics. Occurs in small coveys.
No information available, other than that chicks have been reported in Aug.
No information available.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Mace Lande: vulnerable. Post-1970 known only from three areas in Sumatra, Mt Sibayak (Aceh), Mt Brestagi and Mt Kerinci, but suitable... read more
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