Scientific Name: Culicicapa ceylonensis Common Name: Grey-headed Canary Flycatcher, Grey-headed flycatcher
Identifying Features: grey head, grey head, a canary yellow belly, yellowish-green upperparts, flat bill, orangish legs
- It is an insectivore and makes sallies for aerial insects from a low perch under the canopy of a tree.
- The nest, built by the female alone, is an unlined cup bound by cobwebs and often attached to and covered by moss.
This image was clicked by Antony Grossy – via Flickr.
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