Japanese Paradise Flycatcher bird caught in beautiful colors

Via Wikipedia: These birds are mainly migratory and breed in shady mature deciduous or evergreen broadleaf forest of Japan (southern Honshū, Shikoku, Kyushu and the Nansei Shoto islands), South Korea, Taiwan (including Lanyu island) and the far north Philippines. The Japanese Paradise Flycatcher is a non-breeding visitor to mainland China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and Sumatra, Indonesia.

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The male can reach 45 cm in length including tail (during breeding season), and the female is 17.5 cm. Usually they like to breed in broomy woods.

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