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The blue-capped rock thrush (Monticola cinclorhyncha) breeds in the foothills of the Himalayas and winters in the hill forests of southern India, particularly the Western Ghats. The male has a blue crown or cap and throat with the remaining underpart orange, – the female is brown with a brown and white underside. Usually found in moist forests an well wooded areas during the winters and in open dry forests during the summers, it feeds mainly on insects.
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