French: Échenilleur à croupion blanc German: Weißbürzel-Raupenfänger Spanish: Oruguero culiblanco
Sulawesi, including smaller islands of Manterawu, Manadotua, Talisei, Bangka, Lembeh, Togian, Tobea, Muna and Butung.
29 cm. Male has dark ashy-grey head and upperparts, white lower rump and uppertail-coverts; forehead, lores, feathers around eye, upper ear-coverts and chin black; scapulars... read more
Call a series of weak, nasal, squabbling/chattering notes, also described as a harsh staccato... read more
Open wooded areas, lightly wooded cultivation, secondary woodland, scrub with trees, and swamp-... read more
Food and feeding
Eats insects. Forages in canopy, sometimes on the ground, rarely in the middle storey.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Widespread and common on Sulawesi. Lives in close proximity to human settlements.
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