Blue-crowned Laughing Thrush

Garrulax galbanus courtoisi

Pairs or small family groups of laughing thrushes forage along the ground for fruits, berries, and insects. They communicate through a repertoire of squeals, buzzes, and calls, including one that distinctly sounds like human laughter.

Fact File

where to see themWhere to see them: Wings of the World
lengthLength: 9.5 in
habitatHabitat: Grassland and scrubland
dietDiet: Fruits, berries, and insects