About Himalayan Cuckoo Sounds : Himalayan Cuckoo Song
The Himalayan cuckoo bird (Cuculus saturatus) or Burung Kangkok Ranting is a species of cuckoo in the genus Cuculus. It breeds from the Himalayas eastward to southern China and Taiwan. It migrates to southeast Asia and the Greater Sunda Islands for the winter.
It was formerly known as "Oriental cuckoo bird" and contained several subspecies found over most of Asia. In 2005, it was determined that this "species" consists of three distinct lineages:
Himalayan cuckoo, Cuculus (saturatus) saturatus
Oriental cuckoo proper, Cuculus (saturatus) optatus
Sunda cuckoo, Cuculus (saturatus) lepidus
These are usually seen as distinct species nowadays. As the type specimen of the former "Oriental" cuckoo is a bird of the Himalayan population, the name saturatus applies to the Himalayan cuckoo if it is considered a species.
These cuckoo species are distributed in parts of north and northeast India, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, southern China, Taiwan, Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and New Guinea.
These Himalayan cuckoo species are brood parasites, laying eggs in the nest of other birds and rely on the host to raise their young. There are two recognized subspecies of the Himalayan cuckoo.
Vernacular names: English: Himalayan cuckoo, Chinese: 中杜鹃, French: Coucou oriental, German: Hopfkuckuck, Spanish: Cuco oriental, Russian: Глухая кукушка, Japanese: ツツドリ, Malay: Burung Sewah Dada Putih, Indonesian: Burung Kangkok Ranting
Other names: Blyth's Cuckoo, Oriental Cuckoo, Horsfield's or Sunda Cuckoo
The Himalayan cuckoo (Cuculus saturatus) is closely related to the common cuckoo (Cuculus canorus), the African cuckoo (Cuculus gularis) and the Madagascan cuckoo (Cuculus rochii).
The upperside Himalayan Cuckoo male and Himalayan Cuckoo female is dark ash gray. The head, neck, throat and nape are pale ash gray. The tail is dark grayish brown with pale stripes and spots.
The tail of these Himalayan cuckoo species is rounded with whitish tip. The upper mandible is pale gray with pale yellow base. The irises are pale brown. The bare ring around the eyes is yellow. The Himalayan Cuckoo male sings around dawn and dusk.
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