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.[source?]

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.[source?]