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Rinchen K, Koirala B K. First record of Tiger shrike Lanius tigrinus Drapiez, 1828 (Aves: Passeriformes: Laniidae) from Bhutan. JAD 2022; 4 (4) :12-14
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1- Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, Department of Forest and Park Services, Postal box No. 33001, Trongsa, Bhutan
2- Phibsoo Wildlife Sanctuary, Department of Forest and Park Services, Postal box No. 31002, Sarpang, Bhutan , bkgelephu@gmail.com
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We report the first record of the Tiger shrike, Lanius tigrinus Drapiez from Bhumtang District in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. The new geographical distribution of L. tigrinus in the Indian subcontinent, specifically in Bhutan, occurring at an elevation greater than 3,000 m is beyond the elevational records of the species in Southeast Asia. This range extension of the Tiger shrike at vast spatial scales, from East Asia to the Eastern Himalayan region of South Asia, provides new scientific insights.

 
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Type of Study: Short Communication | Subject: Species Diversity
Received: 2022/05/25 | Accepted: 2022/09/19 | Published: 2022/12/31

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