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  Asian Brown Flycatcher

 

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An Asian Brown Flycatcher spotted in Bangkok. It is best distinguished by the whitish orbital rings, the faint brownish-grey wash on the breast, and the broad-based blackish bill, with a pale based lower mandible.

 

The underparts are whitish and the upperparts greyish-brown, whilst the undertail is also white, but with a black tip.

 

  Asian Brown Flycatcher

 

  Asian Brown Flycatcher

 

Typical also is the big head compared to the size of the body, yet this is a feature common in most flycatchers. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

INDEX BIRDS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

See also WILDLIFE PICTURES (1) and (2).