Grey-chinned Minivet (Male)
The grey-chinned minivet is a species of bird in the family Campephagidae.
Body length 17~19 cm. Iris dark brown. Mouth black. Feet black. The head, back and wings of the male bird are black, with orange-red spots on the wings, the waist and tail feathers are orange-red, and the central 2 and base of the tail feathers are black.
The cheeks and neck are mouse gray, the throat is white, and the chest and abdomen are orange-red.
The head, back and wings of the female bird are gray-black, with yellow spots on the wings, the waist and tail feathers are olive yellow, the central two tail feathers and the base are black, and the breast and abdomen are yellow.
Himalayas, Southwest China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia and other places. Its natural habitat is forests about 1,000–2,000 m in elevation. The International Union for Conservation of Nature has assessed it as a least-concern species.