I didn't know that Black-Throated Babblers are quite rare in other places until I read Madi's posting. Even though they are not as common as the Chestnut - Winged Babblers, their songs and calls can be heard almost everywhere around Kenyir Lake. I managed to get a few shots of this shy babbler recently while working at Saddle Dam F, Kenyir.
This Chestnut-Rumped Babbler is another common resident of Kenyir. You'll know when they're around by their loud & 'boisterous' singing ...
Mention the name 'Babblers' and the first image flashed in our mind is this very common and 'ever-friendly' Chestnut-Winged Babbler.
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