According to the recent findings of birdwatchers published by Indian BIRDS, a peer-reviewed journal of South Asian ornithology, they recorded a rare and elusive grey­bellied wren babbler.

 

About greybellied wren babbler

  • Grey bellied wren babbler is a specie of songbird named after the Lisu, the local community.
  • This is mostly found in Myanmar with some birds occurring in adjoining China and Thailand.
  • IUCN Status — Least Concern
  • Habitat — Subtropical moist montane forest.
  • Features —
    • Dark edges to its back and crown feathers give it a scaly-looking quality.
    • Forages on ground and in undergrowth, almost always under heavy cover and rarely emerging into the open.