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  • Code: Birds Life
  • Skills: Birds of India

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The Malabar whistling thrush (Myophonus horsfieldii) is a captivating bird found in the Western Ghats and associated hills of peninsular India. 

  1. Taxonomy and Description:

  2. Physical Characteristics:

  3. Distribution and Habitat:

    • These thrushes inhabit dark undergrowth in dense riverine forests.
    • They forage along rocky hill streams and rivers, from foothills up to 2200 m above sea level.
    • The Malabar whistling thrush is found all along the Western Ghats south of the Surat Dangs.
    • They also occur along the Satpura range to Chhattisgarh, northwestern Orissa (Surguja and Simlipal National Park), and locally in the Eastern Ghats.
    • Populations are not migratory but disperse widely in winter.
  4. Behavior and Song:


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