Meet the beautiful ‘friend of the wild’


“The Grey-chinned Minivet prefers open forest, forest edge and secondary growth.
It feeds on insects, foraging in the canopy of the forest,
picking prey from the terminal foliage,
and also making short flights to capture flying termites and other insects.”

~ birdingintaiwan. com





photo credit: johnfish on flickr
Text & image source: The birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees


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