Birds of Morni: Blue-throated Flycatcher

January 8, 2013

Blue-throated Flycatcher (Cyornis rubeculoides) – the male is blue above with a deep blue throat, a rufous breast and a white belly. The female is olive-brown above with a rufous rump. It is found in the Himalayas in forests with dense undergrowth. It nests in rock crevices or tree holes.

Blue-throated Flycatcher (male)

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