French: Garrulaxe flammé German: Weißschafthäherling Spanish: Charlatán rayado
Razami, Naga Hills, Nagaland, India
S Assam (N Cachar), Nagaland, NE Arunachal Pradesh#R, Manipur and Mizoram, in NE India, and adjacent W Myanmar.
23 cm. Fairly small, slim laughingthrush, brown with narrow whitish streaks above, with chestnut wings, buffy-white and rufous face, chestnut throat and whitish-streaked... read more
Song of two types, territorial in function, often given antiphonally by pairs. First type (probably... read more
Thick scrub, fern and grass cover near broadleaf evergreen forest, secondary growth, forest edge,... read more
Food and feeding
Mainly insects. Generally found singly or in pairs; not so gregarious as some laughingthrushes. Skulking.
Apr–Jul. Nest reportedly a deep, rather neat, stoutly built cup, made of tendrils, creeper stems, dead bamboo and other leaves,... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Eastern Himalayas EBA. In India, locally not uncommon in Assam and common resident in Nagaland in 1990s,... read more
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