Greater Coucal foraging along a branch

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Mike Koh a.k.a. astro08 photographed the Greater Coucal (Centropus sinensis) moving along a bare branch in a slow and clumsy manner. This method of foraging is less common than feeding on the ground.

The bird is a generalist, taking large insects and small vertebrates like snakes, lizards, frogs, mice and birds.

This post is a cooperative effort between and BESG to bring the study of bird behaviour through photography to a wider audience.

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