Jun 23, 2011

Common Shrike (Juv) Tephrodornis pondicerianus, 14.5-17.5 cm

This lone bird was feasting on the white moths which could be found in abundance after the overnight rain. It was unusually 'tame' and unafraid of human presence as it went about picking it's favorite meal. It's indifference to human presence could be due to being just a juvenile and without an adult to raise the 'alarm.'

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