Scientific Name: Pitta nympha
Malay Name: Burung-Pacat Utara
Chinese Name: 仙八色鸫
Found from south eastern China, Taiwan, South Korea to southern Japan and wintering south to Borneo and Indochina.
Size: 16-19.5 cm
Identification: Adult resembles Blue-winged Pitta but is smaller in size and has rufous-brown head-sides, narrow whitish-buff supercilium, paler buff underparts and less blue on wing-coverts.
Habitat: Broadleaved evergreen forest.
Local Status: Very rare vagrant
Conservation Status: Vulnerable (IUCN 3.1)
Location: Only one record of a single bird at Central Catchment Forest (around Dillenia Hut) first sighted on 8 Nov 2019.
Craig Robson (2011) A Field Guide to the Birds of South-East Asia