BlackFacedWarbler

February 26, 2017 – Black-faced Warbler or Black-faced Flycatcher-warbler (Abroscopus schisticeps)

These small warblers are found in parts of Nepal, India, Bhutan, China, Myanmar, and Vietnam. Foraging primarily in the upper canopy, they eat mostly small invertebrates. Little is known about their breeding behaviors, though they probably build their nests from soft vegetation. They have a thin, high-pitched song.

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