Endemic Birds: White-throated Babbler -MAXIMUM CARD

Endemic Birds: White-throated Babbler -MAXIMUM CARD Endemic Birds: White-throated Babbler -MAXIMUM CARD

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MiNo. 540A MC(I) Myanmar
Opr. (5x10); A = perf. K 14 1/4:14; B = imperforated
Maximum Card, issue date: 09.10.2022
Picture descriptions:
ml) White-throated Babbler (Argya gularis)
540 A  200 K multicolored ml
Quantity MC(I): 2,000 pieces
Designer: Ahmonoo
Printer: Government Security Printing Works (SPW), Rangoon

Conservation Status:
Here as a Maximum Card (Version I) with cancelled perforated Single Stamp
Issue Notice:
  • The White-throated Babbler belongs to the Leiothrichidae family.
  • It can be seen as common resident in Mandalay, Sagaing, Magway, Bago, Yangon, Kachin (Souther Part) and Ayeyawady (northern Part) in Myanmar.
  • They are gregarious birds that forage in small groups. Because they are mostly seen in groups of six or seven, they are figuratively called "Seven-sister birds".
  • They raise and flap their tail and hopp around looking for food. Male and female are same colour.
  • Their size is relatively large and very long-tailed with black lores, pale eyes and white throat, upper breast contrasting with rufous-buff remainder of underparts.
  • The lower body part is brownish red and light yellow. The white colour on the neck and upper breast is the prominent feature of the species.
  • Scrub and bushes in semi-desert, borders of cultivation are their habitats.

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