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Chestnut-rumped Babbler

Stachyris maculata

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A medium-sized brown babbler with a cinnamon-orange rump and long black streaks across a white chest. Occurs in lowland and lower foothill primary and secondary growth forests. Like many other babblers, travels through the lower levels of forest in large bands, which call noisily as they go. Gives a loud ‘who-whip, who-whip, who-whip’ or ‘whup whup whup’ as they travel, as well as a loud, strident ‘ki-chirr, ki-chirr!’.

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