A thrush-sized gray songbird. Male is slaty gray with a black face and throat and dark wings with a large pale panel. Female shows distinctive, extensively barred white underparts. Found within canopy of forest and edge in lowlands and foothills, in pairs or groups, sometimes within mixed-species flocks. Male is smaller and slimmer-billed than Black-faced and Wallacean Cuckooshrikes, lacks a pale belly, and shows a pronounced pale wing panel. Gives a nasal “yup,” short “whut” notes, and a drawn-out, rasping “grrrrrrt” song.
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