Blue-winged Pitta – Natural Bird Sound

Blue-winged Pitta – Natural Bird Sound

The blue-winged pitta is a passerine bird in the family Pittidae native to Australia and Southeast Asia. It forms a superspecies with three other pittas, the Indian pitta, the fairy pitta and the mangrove pitta.

Feature:
The body length is 190-207 cm. Iris brown. Mouth black. Feet light brown or pink.
Androgynous. The body has bright colors such as red, yellow, blue, green, white, black, brown and chestnut. Chestnut brown from forehead to occiput, black crest pattern on top of head, light reddish-brown broad band from both sides to above eyes, black in front of eyes, cheeks, ear feathers and side of neck. Green back, bright blue wings and waist, black tail feathers and blue ends. The throat is white, the chest and abdomen are light flesh-colored on both sides, and the center of the abdomen and the undertail coverts are bright red.

Distributed:
Indian Subcontinent (India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sikkim, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives), Australia, Southwest China, Southeast Asia. Lost bird in Taiwan.

Video Source: 藍翅八色鳥(藍翅八色鶇)/Blue-winged Pitta from Chuenguey Hwang on Youtube  CC BY

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