Black-and-white Shrike-flycatcher
(Vanga Flycatcher)

Bias musicus
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The black and white shrike-flycatcher, also called the vanga flycatcher, is a canopy bird in the forests of the northwest and southeast forests.Note the yellow eyes and legs of both male and female. The lower two photos (Amani FR, left 6-18, right 6-17) are courtesy of Florence and Per Holmen. All of the other photos were taken in the Minziro Forest (8-06).
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Last Update this page: 12-28-18