French: Timalie à gorge rousse German: Rotkehl-Zaunkönigtimalie Spanish: Ratina golirrufa
E Nepal E to NE India (W Arunachal Pradesh).
9 cm; 10–12 g. Small brown wren-babbler with rusty throat and breast and dark, white-spotted belly. Crown to lower back are darkish brown with indistinct darker brown... read more
Song a powerful, jangling short outburst, “witchu-witchu-witchu-witchu-witchu”, first note slightly... read more
Dense thickets and undergrowth in moist broadleaf evergreen forest, in secluded valleys and steep... read more
Food and feeding
Insects. No other information.
Little known, and published records not entirely reliable. Song period in Bhutan mid-Mar to mid-May, with second period in early Aug. Nest... read more
Resident, with minor altitudinal movements.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Eastern Himalayas EBA. Very rare in Nepal, with no known records since... read more
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