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|Fork Tailed Drongo [Dicrurus adsimilis] also called common drongo, african drongo or savannah drongo.It is a member of the family Dicrunidae.Insect eating bird usually found in the open forests or bush, usually laying 2 to 4 eggs in a cup nest in a fork high in a tree.|
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a fine capture of this Fork Tailed Drongo, i like his black plumage, his nice pose, the wonderful blue sky and the great composition
superb focus on his head and shiny eye
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