SOUTHERN BLACK FLYCATCHER…

Melaenornis pammelaina The Southern Black Flycatcher inhabits open, tall woodlands, often along rivers or otherwise near water, and the edges of forests. They’ve also adapted to plantations and gardens. They feed mainly on a wide variety of insects, often pounced on from a low perch such as a branch or fence post, but do include […]

via Southern Black Flycatcher — de Wets Wild

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