French: Trogon de Whitehead German: Graubrusttrogon Spanish: Trogón de Borneo
Spinal range of N Borneo from Kinabalu to Mt Dulit and Mt Lunjut (Kalimantan).
29–31 cm. Male has red head, blue bill and orbital ring, black throat, grey breast, and red belly; pale rich brown upperparts; largely white undertail. Female like male... read more
Song up to 5 even-pitched whistles, “poop poop poop poop poop”; soft rolling “... read more
Montane forest and sparse moss forest at 900–1500 m; frequents the dark, wet patches of old... read more
Food and feeding
Grasshoppers, locustids, ants, large green leaf-insects and stick-insects. Stones also found in stomach.
Female in breeding condition in Mar; family party of 3 in Jul. Nest not certainly known; a used trogon nest, with female of this species... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Currently considered Near-threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Bornean Mountains EBA. Appears to be uncommon throughout its limited... read more
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