Genus Dendrocitta


Andaman Tree Pie - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

Gray Treepie - The Grey Treepie, also known as the Himalayan Treepie, is an Asian treepie, a medium sized and long-tailed member of the crow family. They are widely distributed along the foothills of the Himalayas in South Asia and extending into Southeast Asia. The populations vary in plumage and several are named as subspecies.


Black-browed Tree Pie - This bird is slightly smaller than a Blue Jay and has the typical compact body and long tail of this group. The forehead, face and bib are black with the chest, neck and shoulders a light silvery or bluish-grey in colour. The back is a warm chestnut brown with similar underparts. The wing coverts are white with the primaries and tail black.

Southern Tree Pie - The white of the head and body makes it easy to distinguish from the sympatric Rufous Treepie. This tends to be found in more dense forest and is less associated with human habitation than the Rufous Treepie.


Sumatran Treepie - The Sunda Treepie or Sumatran Treepie is a species of bird in the Corvidae family. It is endemic to the island of Sumatra in Indonesia. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests. The Bornean Treepie is sometimes considered to be a subspecies of this bird.

Rufous Treepie - The Rufous Treepie is an Asian treepie, a member of the Corvidae family. It is long tailed and has loud musical calls making it very conspicuous. It is found commonly in open scrub, agricultural areas, forests as well as urban gardens. Like other corvids it is very adaptable, omnivorous and opportunistic in feeding.

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Corvidae
Genus : Dendrocitta