The streaked bowerbird (Amblyornis subalaris) is a species of bowerbird which can be found in southeastern New Guinea. They are approximately 22 cm long and have an olive-brown colouring. The male has a short orange crest which is not visible unless displayed.
The streaked bowerbird is a polygamous species. The nest is built by the male out of sticks. It has a characteristic hut shape with two entrances.
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