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Beijing Babbler

Rhopophilus pekinensis

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Long-tailed brown bird with a white throat, streaked back, and rusty belly. Inhabits dry vegetation, ranging from scrub to tall grasses to reedbeds. Within its range, size and patterning distinguish it from other long-tailed brown birds, such as prinias. Forages on the ground and low in vegetation, often in small flocks. Wide repertoire; gives long whistles, squeaks, and repetitive bubbly calls.

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