Grey Shrikethrush

Colluricincla harmonica (Latham, 1801)

Considered to have one of the most beautiful and loud calls in Australia this bird is grey or grey-brown above. Paler, off-white underparts, with slightly streaked throat. Patch between eye and bill pale. A robust bill with a slightly hooked tip

How to identify Colluricincla harmonica?

What habitats does Colluricincla harmonica live in?

Varied forests and woodlands

What is the distribution of Colluricincla harmonica?

Throughout Australia and occurs in eastern coastal Papua New Guinea.

How big does Colluricincla harmonica grow?

Body length of around 25cm with a wingspan of around 36cm

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