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Black-winged Flycatcher-shrike

Hemipus hirundinaceus

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Small forest-dwelling bird; glossy black above and white below, with a slight gray cast to the chest. Forages at upper and middle levels of the lowland and hill forests, hawking from exposed perches and often moving as part of a mixed flock. Gives a buzzy and repetitive rollicking song: “bee-jee-jee-jee, bee-jee-jee-jee”.

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