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Streak-breasted Scimitar Babbler

Pomatorhinus ruficollis

Pomatorhinus ruficollis

Pomatorhinus ruficollis

Pomatorhinus ruficollis

Pomatorhinus ruficollis
An adaptable mid-sized scimitar-babbler found in a range of different habitats, including forests, scrubland, and parks. A bright banana-yellow bill, rusty neck patch, and warm brown wings and tail contrast sharply with a thick inky-black stripe through the eye and bright white brow and throat. Typically travels in flocks, giving loud hoots and slurred call notes while rustling about at mid and lower levels. ( Source : ebird.org)

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