Reproductive ecology of brown-cheeked laughing thrushes (Garrulax henrici) in tibet

@inproceedings{Lu2008ReproductiveEO,
  title={Reproductive ecology of brown-cheeked laughing thrushes (Garrulax henrici) in tibet},
  author={Xin Lu and Guohong Gong and Xianhai Zeng},
  year={2008}
}
Most species in the genus Garrulax are found in subtropical or tropical areas of southeastern Asia, with few species adapted to temperate or high-altitude climates. We examined the behavior and reproductive ecology of Brown-cheeked Laughing Thrushes (G. henrici) from 1999 to 2005 at Xiongse Valley, Tibet. Cup-shaped nests located 0.4-2.6 m above ground were found in 13 different species of plants, with roses and barberries the most common nest substrates. Laughing thrushes were socially… CONTINUE READING

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