Treepie

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Treepies
Dendrocitta formosae.jpg
Grey treepie
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The treepies are a type of bird. They are a member of the crow family (Corvidae). There are four different genus of treepie. They are Dendrocitta, Crypsirina, Temnurus and Platysmurus. There are 11 species of treepie.

Treepies are similar to magpies. They have long tails. Most treepies are black, white, gray or brown. They are found in Southeast Asia. They live in tropical forests. They spend a lot of time in the tops of trees. They do not come to feed on the ground very often.