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Babbler and Flycatcher?

31 Dec 2015 08:27 - 31 Dec 2015 08:27 #3304 by Paul T
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These two are from Keang Krachan, KM 18, I think one is a flycatcher and the other a babbler of some kind? I looked at a page of each in Robson's Birds of Thailand and could not fathom the species out. Any kind help would be massively appreciated! I am beginning to understand just how difficult it is to ID some birds.

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31 Dec 2015 10:36 #3309 by bootly66
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Picture 1 ... Puff-throated Babbler ( Pellorneum ruficeps)
Picture 2 ... Tickell's blue flycatcher (Cyornis tickelliae)
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