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Brownish-flanked Bush Warbler
Alternative name: Brown-flanked Bush Warbler
11ā12Ā·5 cm (4Ā¼-5 in)
Formerly placed in genus Cettia.
Hillside scrub, dense undergrowth, bamboo thickets, forest edges, bushy ravines.
A skulking bird, more often heard than seen.
Their diet is not well recorded, but is known to include invertebrates, larvae and eggs.
Monogamous. The nest is a ball or cup of dry grass, leaves, moss and feathers placed low in a bush.
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Recording by china guy
Sichuan, April 2011
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