Scientific Name: Zoothera citrine Common Name: Orange-headed Thrush
Identifying Features: orange head and underparts, grey upperparts, females have browner upper parts, brown legs and feet, white undertail coverts
- The orange-headed thrush is a shy, secretive bird usually occurring alone or in pairs.
- Feeds on the ground in dense undergrowth or other thick cover. It is most active at dawn and dusk, probing the leaf litter for insect and their larvae, spiders, other invertebrates and fruit.
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