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Orange and black bird in a rhododendron tree near the Annapurna range in Nepal.
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Please check geographical distribution carefully. The Black and Orange Flycatcher (Ficedula nigrorufa) is endemic to parts of south India, and is not found in Nepal. Also, the tail of the Black and Orange Flycatcher is pure orange unlike the bird in the photo. There are other differences, including the bill shape.
Spotted on May 6, 2017 Submitted on May 6, 2017
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