The Steere’s Liocichla usually inhabits in coniferous and deciduous forests on mountain areas at elevations between 2,000 to 2,500m, such as Mt. Ali (2,300m), Songcyuangang (2,490m) and Sinrengang (2,500m). Usually found in flocks of three to five, it is often seen looking for food in dense bushes and tussocks in the understory of forests. Some have spotted this active and vigilant bird by roadside and along small trails. It usually nests in shrubs and bamboo.
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