Author: Charles McHugh
One Japanese hiker told me one of the trees that the Japanese Paradise Flycatcher regularly goes to. I waited three hours or so. This recording has two males but I don't know if they are the only males in this area. They quickly fly away if disturbed so I couldn't move to video record this one, only press the record button.
Greater Sundas and Wallacea
The first ornithological field guide covering the vast chain of the Indonesian archipelago, with over 2,500 illustrations, describes all 1,417 bird species known to occur in the region, including 601 endemics, 98 vagrants, eight introduced species and 18 species yet to be formally described. Together these represent over 13% of global bird diversity.
CitationCharles McHugh, IBC1121922. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1121922.
Charles McHugh, IBC1121922. Sound recording of Japanese Paradise-flycatcher Terpsiphone atrocaudata at Rokko Mountain Range, Japan. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1121922.
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