Lesser necklaced laughingthrush


Lesser necklaced laughingthrush (Garrulax monileger)

Their laughter gives them away

If you are looking for the lesser necklaced laughingthrush in the forests of South-East-Asia, you should listen to the bird calls and songs around you. Same as other laughingthrushes, lesser necklaced laughingthrushes are noisy birds. Their melodious „laughing“ can be heard over large distances. They are social animals, searching for food in groups of 4 to 30 individuals.

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Category: Birds

Size: Beak tail 28 cm, weight 60-150g

Breeding duration: 11-14 days

Sexually mature: with 1 year

Reproduction: 3-6 eggs

food: green parts of plants, flowers, fruits, worms, insects

habitat: Evergreen forests, mixed-leaf and bamboo forests, in the mountains up to 1,200m

Danger: not endangered

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