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Babbler Collection

The babbler, a fascinating bird species found in various parts of the world, never fails to captivate with its unique characteristics and behaviors

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Babbler Collection: Grey-crowned Babbler - Foraging on a lawn at Mt Barnett, Gibb River Road, Kimberley
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Babbler Collection: Picture No. 11992761
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Babbler Collection: Red-tailed leaflove, Phyllastrephus scandens
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Babbler Collection: Grey crowned babbler
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Babbler Collection: Jungle Babbler Turdoides striata Bharatpur India February
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Babbler Collection: Arrow-marked Babbler Turdoides jardinell Masai Mara Kenya
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Babbler Collection: Picture No. 11676818
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Babbler Collection: Picture No. 11050831
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Babbler Collection: Yellow-billed Babbler (Turdoides affinis taprobanus) endemic race, immature
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Babbler Collection: Bearded Tit (Panurus biarmicus) adult pair, with female preening male, Cley Marshes Reserve
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Babbler Collection: Bearded Tit (Panurus biarmicus) adult male, perched on reed stem, Cley Marshes Reserve
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Babbler Collection: Bearded Tit (Panurus biarmicus) adult female, feeding on reed seeds, Cley Marshes Reserve
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Babbler Collection: Picture No. 10899606
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Babbler Collection: Rusty-breasted Wren-babbler (Turdinus rufipectus) adult, standing on mossy log, Kerinci Seblat N. P
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Babbler Collection: White-chested Babbler (Trichastoma rostratum rostratum) adult, collecting nesting material
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Babbler Collection: Fluffy-backed Tit-babbler (Macronus ptilosus ptilosus) two adults, perched on twig, Way Kambas N. P
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Babbler Collection: Ferruginous Babbler (Trichastoma bicolor) adult, perched on twig, Way Kambas N. P
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Babbler Collection: Horsfields Babbler (Malacocincla sepiaria barussana) adult, perched on branch, Kerinci Seblat N. P
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Babbler Collection: Chestnut-rumped Babbler (Stachyris maculata maculata) two adults, perched on tree trunk
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Babbler Collection: Rufous-crowned Babbler (Malacopteron magnum magnum) adult, perched on twig, Taman Negara N. P
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Babbler Collection: Sooty-capped Babbler (Malacopteron affine affine) adult male, clinging to tree trunk
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Babbler Collection: Scaly-crowned Babbler (Malacopteron cinereum cinereum) adult, perched on twig, Taman Negara N. P
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Babbler Collection: Moustached Babbler (Malacopteron magnirostre magnirostre) adult, perched on twig, Taman Negara N. P
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Babbler Collection: Grey-crowned Babbler (Pomatostomus temporalis) adult, feeding on Green Tree Ants
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Babbler Collection: Bearded Tit (Panurus biarmicus) juvenile male, perched on reed stem, Sussex, England, August
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Babbler Collection: Grey-throated Babbler (Stachyris nigriceps) adult, creeping through low vegetation
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Babbler Collection: Taiwan Scimitar-babbler (Pomatorhinus musicus) adult, perched on branch, Taiwan, April
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Babbler Collection: Chestnut-fronted Shrike-babbler (Pteruthius aenobarbus indochinensis) adult female
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Babbler Collection: Spot-necked Babbler (Stachyris striolata guttata) adult, singing, perched on twig
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Babbler Collection: Side view of a White-Naped Yuhina, perching on a thin, moss-covered branch
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Babbler Collection: Side view of a Red-Tailed Minla in flight, showing the vivid white stripe above the eye
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Babbler Collection: Close-up head profile of a Silver-Eared Mesia showing the mixed colours of the plumage feathers
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Babbler Collection: Side view of a Rufous Sibia, perching on a lichen-covered branch
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Babbler Collection: Side view of a Red-Tailed Minla in flight, showing the outstretched wings
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Babbler Collection: Silver-eared mesia (Leiothrix argentauris), perching on branch, looking over shoulder, side view
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Babbler Collection: Rhopocichla atriceps, dark-fronted babbler
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Babbler Collection: Turdoides subrufus, rufous babbler
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Babbler Collection: Turdoides striatus malabaricus, jungle babbler
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Babbler Collection: Pomatorhinus horsfieldi, Indian scimitar babbler
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Babbler Collection: Pellorneum ruficeps, puff-throated babbler
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Babbler Collection: Chrysomma sinense, yellow-eyed babbler
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Babbler Collection: Turdoides caudatus, common babbler
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Babbler Collection: Turdoides altirostris, iraq babbler
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Babbler Collection: Grey-crowned Babbler (red-breasted form) - Ti Tree Community, Northern Territory, Australia
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Babbler Collection: hartlaubs babbler - a locally common resident of the Okavango Delta, Botswana
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Babbler Collection: hartlaubs babbler
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Babbler Collection: Chestnut-capped Babbler (Timalia pileata bengalensis) adult, perched on fallen reed
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Babbler Collection: Black-throated Babbler (Stachyris nigricollis) adult, calling, perched on branch


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The babbler, a fascinating bird species found in various parts of the world, never fails to captivate with its unique characteristics and behaviors. From the Grey-crowned Babbler foraging on a lawn at Mt Barnett in Western Australia to the Red-tailed leaflove perched gracefully on a branch, these birds showcase their beauty and adaptability. In Taman Negara N. P, we encounter the Chestnut-rumped Babbler and Rufous-crowned Babbler, both adults displaying their vibrant plumage while perched on tree trunks and twigs. These stunning creatures bring life to the lush surroundings of this national park. Traveling further east to Taiwan, we come across the Taiwan Scimitar-babbler. This adult bird stands proudly on a branch, showcasing its elegant features against a backdrop of breathtaking scenery. Its melodious song fills the air as it harmonizes with nature. Venturing into Dakdam Highland reveals another remarkable species - the Chestnut-fronted Shrike-babbler. An adult female delicately balances herself on a twig, her feathers shimmering under sunlight. The intricate patterns adorning her plumage make her an enchanting sight to behold. Heading towards Bharatpur in India during February brings us face-to-face with the Jungle Babbler Turdoides striata. These sociable birds move together in large groups known as "bush-quakes, " creating an uproar of chirps and calls that echo through dense vegetation. Kenya's Masai Mara introduces us to yet another member of this diverse family -the Arrow-marked Babbler Turdoides jardinell. With its distinctive markings resembling arrowheads along its wingspan, this bird effortlessly blends into its natural habitat while leaving observers awe-inspired by its camouflage skills. Finally, we find ourselves beside a forest pool in Kaeng Krachan N. P. , where we witness an adorable Striped Tit-babbler perched on a rock.