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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Rufous Babbler (Turdoides subrufa) is an Old World babbler endemic to the Western Ghats of southern India. It is dark brown and long tailed, and is usually seen foraging in noisy groups along open hillsides grass or forest. This babbler is large and dark rufous with a grey forehead. The feathers of the forehead have black shafts. The iris is pale or whitish and the lores are dark. The underside is brighter rufous and it is paler on the center of the throat and belly. The nominate form is found in the Western Ghats north of the Nilgiris while hyperythra found south of the Nilgiris is said to be more richly coloured. They are 25 26 cm long with a wing of 8.7-9.0 cm. The tail is about 11-11.5 cm long. This species if found only in the Western Ghats south of Mahabaleshwar, the Palni and Shevaroy hills. They are found mainly close to the ground where they feed on insects and berries but will also make use of trees. The usual habitat is open forest, scrub or grassy hillsides. The breeding season is mainly from February to November and the nest is a small cup in the fork of a tree.
Surhone, Lambert M.
Timpledon, Miriam T.
Marseken, Susan F.
0.23 x 0.15 x 0.01 m; 0.159 kg