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Immature Bornean Bald Laughing Thrush? (1 Viewer)

jrawcliffe

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This is a poor record shot of a bird seen in the company of a Chestnut-Hooded Laughing Thrush in Kinabalu National Park in March, 2017.
 

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andyb39

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I think it must just be a Chestnut-hooded with its head in deep shadow and the bill looking redder than usual. The grey upperparts, long white wingbar, large eye, facial expression and suggestion of a yellow half-eyering fit this species.
 
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