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  Pale-chinned Flycatcher

 

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A Pale-chinned Flycatcher, perching in a tree near Chitwan National Park in Nepal, where it is a common resident.

 

This bird is about 18 centimeters large and has a greyish head and a well-defined pale creamy throat.

 

  Pale-chinned Flycatcher

 

  Pale-chinned Flycatcher

 

The breast is creamy-orange and at the flanks, these colours merge with the whitish belly.

 

Its upperparts are grey, with darker grey on the sides. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

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  Pale-chinned Flycatcher