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White-rumped shama (Copsychus malabaricus)

31 Dec 2015 08:17 - 31 Dec 2015 08:50 #3303 by Paul T
White-rumped shama (Copsychus malabaricus) male and female from Kaeng Krachan National Park.

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31 Dec 2015 09:12 #3307 by rushenb
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Hi all,

Both photos are form Huai Kha Kaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, taken back in August., pretty sure the ID for the first one is a juvenile white-rumped shama. A friend newly ID'ed the second one as white-rumped shama too, would you agree?



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31 Dec 2015 10:30 #3308 by bootly66
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Difficult to tell on the last pic... What was its size??Was the tail long, as in a Shama??? looks a bit like a juvenile flycatcher

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31 Dec 2015 11:12 #3310 by rushenb
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If my memory doesn't fail me, I would say it was pretty much average flycatcher size. I can't remember the length of the tail compared to rest of the body. I guess I have to leave this photo on my unidentified folder permanently..:)

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31 Dec 2015 11:48 #3311 by bootly66
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I'm thinking juvenile Tickell's Blue Flycatcher (female)

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31 Dec 2015 11:51 #3312 by rushenb
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Many thanks! :)

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26 Mar 2016 14:22 #3595 by Robby L
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I have photos of the same bird from HHK and after a lot of searching came to the conclusion of a juvenile Tickell's.

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02 May 2016 12:39 - 02 May 2016 18:17 #3721 by WT admin
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A female WRS at KK, I am starting to realize just how common they are, but have so many pics of them I will have to bore you all to death with them.


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26 Jul 2016 14:09 - 26 Jul 2016 14:10 #3914 by Robby L
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Someone had been feeding out meal worms at the stream crossing on the trail that leads off to the left at the parking area at the bottom of the hill on the Panoen Tung road. White-rumped Shama and young were making the most of this free feed.




Juvenile and immature.

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