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Malabar Whistling Thrush
Indrajeet Singh

Malabar Whistling Thrush (Myophonus horsfieldii)

Very shy, consider myself extremely fortunate to get him out in the clear like this.
Habitat
Wooded area near water
Location
Casterock
Date taken
Apr. 2014
Scientific name
Myophonus horsfieldii
Equipment used
Nikon
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Isn't he a beautiful colour!! A super picture this one Indrajeet.
 
Thank you Kev, Peter and Delia. It was a good morning for me. I had visited the site earlier and observed his movements. I returned the following day, very early morning and waited patiently for him to return and feel comfortable with my presence. I was there several hours and he finally showed himself. Good stuff!!
 

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