Feb 14, 2011

The Orange-headed Thrush ( Zoothera citrina) 20.5 - 23.5 cm

These two brightly colored and beautiful birds are also migrants from the winter in the northern hemisphere and they fly southward in search of cool weather in the montane forests as their temporary home. When migrating they could be found in broadleaved evergreen forests and at altitudes of up to 1500 meters above sea level.   

Here are photos of both the Male and Female OHT respectively.

   The pics below are that of the female.

Have a nice day everyone! Cheers!

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