|Fulvous Babbler Argya fulva
(aka Fulvous Chatterer Turdoides fulva)
|near Boumalne du Dades, Morocco
The Fulvous Babbler is distributed in Africa north of the Equator in desert scrub and tree clumps in arid areas. See the distribution map at Birdlife International.
It is sandy brown with a whitish throat and a long, graduated tail.
|They forage mainly on the ground for invertebrates and small seeds and berries but can
also feed in trees as can be seen in photo 3.
The main call is a series of clear, descending whistles.
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