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Scarlet-faced liocichla

Tropics·Bird

These birds were recently defined as their own species separate from the red-face liocichla. Scarlet-faced liocichla build a cup-shaped nest close to the ground, either in a tree sapling, thorn bush, or bamboo clump. The female will then lay around 3 eggs of a pale blue color.

  • Conservation StatusLeast Concern
  • Body size8.6 in. long
  • Native habitat Forests and wetlands of Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and southern China
  • DietInsects, berries, and seeds
Vietnam pheasant Red-crested turaco

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