December 15, 2016 – Ultramarine Flycatcher, White-browed Flycatcher, or White-browed Blue Flycatcher (Ficedula superciliaris)

These flycatchers are found in southern India, Myanmar, southwest China, and parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Not much is known about their diet, but it includes many small invertebrates, such as flies and beetles. They are often seen alone or in pairs during the breeding season. Both parents construct the cup-shaped nests from moss, strips of bark, hair, and plant fibers.


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