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(Redirected from Argya altirostris)
With 20 - 24cm (7Â¾-9Â½ in) a small, but long-tailed Argya babbler:
Sexes are similar.
 Confusion species
Reedbeds, palm groves, gardens. Never far from the river and waterways.
Feeds mainly on insects and spiders, foraging in groups in trees or on the ground. Usually 5 - 7 birds are together, but bigger flocks are possible.
Breeding season from March to July. Rears two or even three broods annually. The nest is an untidy cup made of stems and lined with grass, leaves, rootlets and feathers. It's placed sheltered in a tree fork or in reeds. 3 - 4 eggs are laid.
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