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.
Spanning more than 3000 km from northeast to southwest, the Japanese archipelago comprises four major islands and thousands of rocks and islets that stretch from Taiwan to the Russian Far East, and encompasses a wide range of habitats. Japan is home to some of the most dramatic and least-known birds in Asia, such as Steller's Sea-eagle and Blakiston's Fish-owl on frozen Hokkaido.
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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