Brachypteryx montana resides in dense undergrowth, brushwood, thickets, bamboo and bracken tracts in damp shady old mossy oak, fir and rhododendron forests. They prefer to live around tree falls or near streams and occasionally can be found in ravines, gullies and crevasses. Being a montane bird, Brachypteryx montana is typically found between an elevation of 800m-3600m depending on the geographic area it inhabits.
Countries with Populations:
Bhutan, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietna
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