Data for:
Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, India
List:
Passeriformes > Pellorneidae

Puff-throated Babbler

Pellorneum ruficeps

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Personable medium-sized babbler, often encountered foraging in noisy, lively flocks on or around the forest floor. Clay-colored with brown-streaked pale underparts. White brow and throat contrast with buffy cheeks and a rusty-orange crown. Occurs from lowlands up into hilly and mountainous forests. Song can be a distinctive series of two to three notes (“two-chee-deer!”) or a descending chattering trill. Gives rasping, rattling calls, often while flipping leaves on the ground in foraging flocks.

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