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The vinous-throated parrotbill is a species of #parrotbill in the family Sylviidae. It is found in China, Japan, Korea, Mongolia, Russia, Taiwan, and Vietnam. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
It is generally found in somewhat open wooded habitats, including scrub, woodland of early successional to late mature secondary stages, forest edges, thickets and bamboo stands. It also occurs in hedges, reeds and marshes.
Like other parrotbills and indeed related babblers, the vinous-throated parrotbill is a highly social species, usually encountered in groups.
It is a relatively small and long-tailed parrotbill. It measures between 11 and 12 cm in length. The tail is graduated and like other parrotbills the bill is short and has the nostrils concealed by feather bristles. The plumage is similar for both sexes, which in the nominate is warm brown on the upperparts, dark brown on the wings. The upper breast and throat are pinkish-cream with brown streaks on the throat. The flanks are similar to the upperparts but slightly buffy, and the belly is cream-buff merging into the breast. The crown and forehead is rufescent brown, with a pale grey iris and the bill is either slate grey or brown with a paler or yellow tip.
Feeds mainly eat insects, but they also eat spiders. Or it can eat hayseed in the reeds as it is now.
Some excerpts from [Wikipedia] @Wikipedia
Photographed with a #Nikon#D750 and the AF-S #NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR in #KOREA
ISO 320 | f/5.6 | 1/100 sec