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A tiny bird little bigger than a human thumb. Yellow color under its throat that turns pale grayish yellow towards the tail and olive green color on its back. It is locally called Tigwati or Tigwatihot because of its whistle like vocalization tigwati -tigwatihot-tigwati repeatedly. It starts singing as early as 3 am and late in the afternoon and considered as one of songbirds in the country with a beautiful voice. It feeds mainly on insects and invertebrates.
Forests , marsh land , populated and cultivated land.