Asian Brown Flycatcher

This tiny bird is a common winter visitor to Hong Kong. That does not make them easy to photograph. Their redeeming feature is that they return to the same perch if you sit quietly and don’t press too close to them.

I managed about 15 minutes with this bird before passers-by flushed it up into the tree out of sight. I’m sure it will be there next time.

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7 thoughts on “Asian Brown Flycatcher

  1. A very serene scene – despite the bird’s apparent flittering reputation. Everything works well in this photo. A pox on those passersby, especially if they were chattering and ignoring what was around them. I like this better than the fish.

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