WhiteThroatedRedstart

May 28, 2017 – White-throated Redstart (Phoenicurus schisticeps)

These Old World flycatchers are found in parts of Bhutan, India, Nepal, China, and Myanmar. They eat insects, along with some berries and seeds, primarily those from juniper and sea buckthorn plants during the winter. Their cup-shaped nests are built from moss, grass, small twigs, leaves, plant fibers, and other materials.

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