Hi DickDaniels, the photos you identify as Screaming Piha are actually Black-billed Thrush (Turdus ignobilis). The structure is wrong for the piha, as is the plumage (too much contrast between white chest and gray upperparts - the Piha is more uniform) and perch (I don't think a Piha would perch on a thin, leafy branch like that). Could you fix it?
Thanks for the ID correction. I have changed the description to Black-billed Thrush. But on further consideration, it does not appear to be a Black-billed Thrush either (hook at the end of the bill seems wrong). So I have asked the file to be deleted. DickDaniels (talk) 12:25, 21 January 2017 (UTC)
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Hi Dick! We saw this bird in a German nature documentary, but unfortunately the species of the bird wasn't mentioned (as it was about the they eat cicades). Do you know that one? Thanks & merry Xmas, Dirk
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