|Paperbark Flycatcher Myiagra nana
|Kakadu, Northern Territory Australia
The Paperbark Flycatcher is distributed in the south of New Guinea and the north of Australia. It is found in a variety of woodlands usually near water.
|It is smaller than the very similar Restless Flycatcher M. inquieta with a smaller bill and a darker back. The nest is a neat cup built of bark and vegetation placed in the fork of a tee or bush overhanging water.|
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