Juvenile Black-and-red Broadbill


I found this bird at TopRank Camping site near Raub. I have never seen this and still not sure about the ID.
Looks like Banded Broadbill (with a few stripes of yellow on its wing, but the eyes are different from the pictures that I found online, (no yellow-blue ring). I have only front view of this bird.
Anybody can confirm the ID?

Juvenile Broadbill

? Fledgling Female Banded Broadbill (Eurylaimus javanicus)

Most probably Juvenile Black-and-red Broadbill (Cymbirhynchus macrochynchus) – I think the eyes are key to the ID of this bird. In Banded Broadbill, its has yellow/bluish eye ring, but non in Black-and-red Broadbill and Dusky Broadbill.

Fledgling Broadbill
Broadbill

Broadbill

7 comments

  1. My feeling is that it's a juve Black & Red Broadbill.1. The shape of the white markings ( comma shaped) on the tail feathers is typical of a B&R Broadbill. Banded has more rectangular shaped markings.2. In the 3rd picture fresh red feathers are beginning to appear within a clear boundary around the cheek and throat (B&R).But then again I may be wrong, It could be that I might have to call it Cymbirhynchus redzlanii or Tabib Broadbill! Yen, I've given it a name.

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