The Orange-headed Thrush has a large range from the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. The male, above, with grey back and orange head/front, is enjoying a shower.
The shower continues. It is a typical thrush in furtive habits and melodious song.
Both male (above) and female collaborate in construction and soft lining of the nest.
The female, above, has a brown back with orange head and front. The nest is built with twigs and grasses, sometimes in unusual places (as blackbirds do) and she incubates the eggs.