Collared Bush-Robin (M)
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|Collared Bush Robin|
Black head, neck and back
Bright red orange hind collar and bar across scapulars
Narrow white supercilium
Female Olive grey upperparts
Coniferous and broadleaf forests in high mountains.
The diet includes insects and caterpillars.
The female builds the nest from grass, hay, moss and roots in a natural or a tree cavity. The clutch of 2-3 eggs are incubated by the female. Both sexes care for the young.
Endemic to Taiwan.
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Nice bird and nice shot.
Beautiful species.Well captured.Well managed BG with nice focus on subject.Good light and details.Like it.
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice time,
This is indeed a beautiful shot of an adorable bird. I liked the fire-like pattern on throat and its eye-contact. Beautiful and artistic background too!
Thanks for sharing this lovely shot,
- [2014-02-19 9:05]
Hi Ang,absolutely beautiful and taken in a perfect position to show us the plumage colors and design,excellent capture despite the dark light.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano