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Common Woodshrike

Tephrodornis pondicerianus

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A small to medium-sized woodshrike with grayish-brown upperparts, white rump, and gray tail with white outer tail feathers. It has strongly hooked bill, dark grayish-brown in color. The underparts are white. A black facial mask runs over the eyes, as in the Malabar Woodshrike, but Common also shows a prominent white supercilium. It is usually found in dry forested areas and shrublands.

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