The Bird of the Day – It’s the Orange Headed Thrush

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The Bird of the Day picture comes from India and sent by wildlife photographer Subharghya Das.

It is the Orange-headed Thrush (Geokichla citrina) and from the thrush family of birds. Found mainly in wooded areas of the Indian subcontinent and south east asia, the bird is omnivorous and feeds mainly on insets, worms and fruits.

It’s conservation status is of Least Concern and has an extensive range and has not believed to reach the global threshold of decline in population. This is certainly good for this bird species and makes to the Wild Navigator Bird of the Day Series.

Orange Headed Thrush

A Youtube video of the Bird in action:

 

Do you know of a Bird species in your areas that surely should make it to the Bird of the Day series – Do send us your picture to abhishek@wildnavigator.com 

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