French: Garrulaxe à tête rayée German: Rosthäherling Spanish: Charlatán rojizo de Formosa
27–29 cm. Crown and upperparts are ochraceous rufous-brown, slightly brighter on crown, which has very narrow black barring; upperwing tinged chestnut, with paler,... read more
Song a slow, melodic whistling, “úwhieer whí’uh whí’uh… úwhieer whí’uh whí’uh…” (“úwhieer” quite... read more
Broadleaf evergreen or deciduous forest, mixed broadleaf deciduous and coniferous forest, bamboo in... read more
Food and feeding
Insects, seeds, grit and wood fragments found in stomachs. Forages in small groups of up to six individuals, in undergrowth and lower tree... read more
May–Jun; probably double-brooded. Nest a bulky cup, shallow or deep, made of bamboo or other leaves, bamboo shoot husks, stalks,... read more
Status and conservation
Not assessed. Scarce to fairly common within rather narrow elevational belt and very small global range.
Only subscribers are able to see the bibliography. Login or Subscribe to get access to a lot of extra features!