Birds of Pakistan
This colorful, beautiful bird with blue head and crest, brown back and long tail and white chest is found in South and Central Asia.
Its long tail gives it a unique shape compared to other birds.
Location and residence:
It is found in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Burma, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Central Asian states.
It is home to forests, tropical forests and semi-forested areas.
The size of this fly catcher is up to 22 cm while the wing span is up to 9.14 cm.
It can weigh up to 19 grams.
Paradise Fly Catcher's Feeding Insects This bird prefers to eat ants, termites, locusts, squirrels, giraffes, moths, bumblebees and locusts.
It is considered a useful bird because of its locust-eating heart.
8 to 10 years.
The breeding season for Paradise Fly is May to July. It builds its own, cup-shaped nest between the strong branches of the tree, which both males and females build together. The female fly catcher lays 3 to 4 eggs per season. The chicks hatch after 12 days of breastfeeding.
Its offspring are not currently in serious danger.
Thanks Wild Life