Saturday, September 21, 2013

Birdwatch album - Red-Headed (Ashy) Tailorbird

 They are very tiny but their bright red head makes them easily recognizable.  They are very frequent visitors to the park where they hunt for red ants and other insects like caterpillars. Due to its small size photographing them is not easy because they mesh well in between the leaves and branches of trees.  Typically birds of the forest, they often show up in open places near the edges of forests.

Red-Headed (Ashy) Tailorbird (Orthotomus ruficeps)

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