A tree having perched with Grandala on its branches.These birds tend to fly with huge flock of around minimum 450-500 in numbers. It is found across the northeastern Indian Subcontinent and some adjoining regions, existing primarily in the low-to-mid altitudes of the Himalayas. Feeds on insects and berries. Male is shiny royal-blue and female is brownish-grey.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 7D Mark II|
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