Grey-Winged Blackbird

Grey-Winged Blackbird


A species of bird in the thrush family is the grey-winged blackbird (Turdus boulboul). It is found from the Himalayas to northern Vietnam in South-eastern Asia. Subtropical or tropical moist montane forests are its natural habitat.


Grey-Winged Blackbird


The Grey-winged Blackbird has a length of around 28 cm. It has a brown iris, an orange mouth, and dark brown feet.

In comparison to the remainder of the black plumage, the male bird resembles a blackbird but has large gray wing patterns. With gray scales, the belly is black, the beak is more orange than a blackbird, and the eyes are yellow.


Grey-Winged Blackbird


The female is all olive-brown With slight reddish-brown patches on the wings.


Grey-Winged Blackbird


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