Rufous-browed Flycatchers
The Rufous-browed Flycatcher or Anthipes solitaris is bird from the Flycatcher family or Muscicapidae. Found
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Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, ThailandJune 1, 2019Nikon D500 + Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VRFotopro
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Mae Wong National Park
Nikon D500 + Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR
Conservation Status: Least Concern
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Copyright © 2019 by Ali Bernie Buga-ay, all rights reserved.
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The Rufous-browed Flycatcher or Anthipes solitaris is bird from the Flycatcher family or Muscicapidae. Found in Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam; its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist montane forest and high elevation habitats like Chiang Mai, Mae Wong National Park are perfect, it is such a source of cuteness of a bird.

Thanks Prin Pattawaro for your valuable knowledge and ideas that you have shared to me.

This is not a composite image, there were really two of them that landed on that rock and I was ready to take the shot all the time, so I got this wonderful moment. Some of the shots, the other bird was out of focus while the other was in focus. I don’t know how luck and timing played here but they both stopped and looked at me exactly where the lens focused. So here we are having this fantastic capture.

Mae Wong National Park, Thailand
April 23, 2019
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Birding Stories
By Ali Bernie Buga-ay Published on Nov 20, 2018
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(Photograph by: Ephraim Montero) Ali Bernie Buga-ay fifth from the left wearing a hat, Ep-ep Montero second from the left together with Sweet-sweet Vega his sweetheart. Friends in front of the fire was a great feeling.

Sevendays of Creation would like to thank Ep-ep Montero and his friends for being the best people in the world. Our van can’t make it to the farm of Benjamin Torregosa Maputi Jr. as the road was horribly bad. We met Ep-ep Montero on the road as they were also looking for the way to Maputi Bird Preserve, they went ahead. I paid a motorcycle to go to find Ben so he can pick us up from where we stopped; instead, I found Ep-ep Montero’s truck on the road side. I stopped the motorcycle to chat with them, timely, he was actually writing a note for us with his mobile phone number so they can take us from where we were if needed. Yes! we needed them so badly, they drove back down the hill and loaded our stuff even though they were overloaded already. From the bottom of our hearts Ali Bernie Buga-ay and Harry Miller we thank you so much. It was a fantastic night with you guys around the campfire as we sang song of praise to the Creator, sharing joys of adventures and the love for our Maker. Thank you so much.

(Photograph by: Ephraim Montero)…

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