Grey-headed Canary-flycatcher, 13 CM

Tarique sir and seniors were commented on one of our post on the group “That this year 2012, Nagpur has received ample amount of Raining so we can hope for Grey-headed Canary-flycatcher this year in the region” and wish came true when Arpit and I got this little yellow beauty first on 29.11.2012 in Gorewada Forest range, latter on this species was spotted at Telankhedi garden by Surendra sir and my birding friends also got in Ambazari. Behaviour: It is a long-tailed flycatcher-like bird with an upright stance which in its acrobatic, inquisitive hunt for prey. The adult has a grey head and breast, green upperparts and bright yellow underparts. This species which breeds in Himalaya which is a short-distance attitudinal migrants. They are also found as winter migrants in the Western Ghats and parts of southern India.


Kuldeep Shukla

has 77 photos, 8 trips and 520 observations.

Was added on January 24, 2013, taken on January 22, 2013. Camera used Canon Eos 1000d from Canon with a shutter speed of 1/25 Sec and aperture f 7.1, at a focal length of 500 mm. This picture was viewed 1026 times.

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