White-browed Fantail

The White-browed Fantail breeds across tropical southern Asia from India and Sri Lanka east to Vietnam. This species is found in forest and other woodland. Three eggs are laid in a small cup nest in a tree.

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The White-browed Fantail is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

White-browed Fantail in a garden in Thar Desert India. Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Passeriformes Family: Rhipiduridae Genus: Rhipidura Species: R. More

The White-browed Fantail Flycatcher (WBFF) is one of the widespread species of flycatchers found in the Indian wilderness. The trademark white brow and the fan-shaped tail makes this an easy bird to spot and identify. This small (about 6-7 inches), restless and active bird is always found darting in and out of the undergrowth on the lookout for insects making it a difficult subject for photography. Here's a collection of images taken of this beautiful fan-tailed wonder. More

The white-browed Fantail Flycatcher is about 18cm (7 inches) long, or a little larger then a house sparrow. But, it looks smaller, due to the slender build. The upper parts are a dark, dull, blackish-brown or a dark-grey brown in colour. The two broad white eyebrows (superciliums) join in the forehead to form a white head band. Wing coverts have two rows of small white spots. The central pair of tail feathers are blackish-brown. More

For the purposes of our bird news services, White-browed Fantail is classed as Ungraded: species which are unlikely to appear as wild birds in Britain or Ireland hide section Most recent photos of White-browed Fantail (2) Ranthambore, Rajastan, India Ranthambore, Rajastan, India25/01/2010 Ranthambore, Rajastan, India 25/01/2010 Ohiya, Central Province, Sri Lanka Ohiya, Central Province, Sri Lanka01/03/2008 Ohiya, Central Province, Sri Lanka 01/03/2008 View all pictures of White-browed Fantail View all pictures of More

The White-browed Fantail, Rhipidura aureola, is a small passerine bird. It was previously classified with the Old World flycatcher family Muscicapidae, but the paradise flycatchers, monarch flycatchers and Australasian fantails are now normally grouped with the drongos in the family Dicruridae, which has most of its members in Australasia and tropical southern Asia. The White-browed Fantail breeds across tropical southern Asia from India and Sri Lanka east to Vietnam. This species is found in forest and other woodland. More

White-browed Fantail Rhipidura aureola compressirostris - Adult on nest White-browed Fantail Photographer : More

White-browed Fantail (Rhipidura aureola) is a widespread resident in forests and wooded areas of India. More

White-browed Fantail - This is the first time I saw this bird so upclose. It was very trusting of humans and came within a few feet of us. WB_Fantail.jpg 195K Download Forward You must Sign in before you can post messages.To post a message you must first join this group.Please update your nickname on the subscription settings page before posting.You do not have the permission required to post. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Rhipiduridae
Genus : Rhipidura
Species : aureola
Authority : Lesson, 1830