Scientific Name: Tephrodornis pondicerianus Common Name: Common Woodshrike
Identifying Features: brown body, dark cheek patch, broad white brow, white underparts
- Usually found in pairs, they have a loud whistling song made of several notes.
- Both parents incubate but it is thought that only the female feeds the young.
This image was clicked by Bopanna Pattada – via Flickr.
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