Orange-breasted Trogon takes a moth

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Ingo Waschkies photographed an Orange-breasted Trogon (Harpactes oreskios) at Bukit Timggi, Malaysia recently taking a moth.

The food of this trogon includes a variety of insects, spiders, lizards, fruits, etc. It appears that it feeds more often from the ground than other species. It also joins mixed-species flocks.

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