Grey Treepie

Dendrocitta formosae

Also known as the Himalayan Treepie.
Often found in small groups of 4 to 6 birds foraging for food from the tops of the forest to the forest floor.
Related to other birds at Birdland, such as the Azure-wing Magpie and the Blue Pie.
Nesting: The nest is a flimsy platform of twigs with a shallow cup lined with grasses, where they lay 2 – 5 pale green blotched eggs.
Distribution: China, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Burma and north Vietnam.
Diet: Seeds, berries, flowers, insects and small mammals

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