Greater Racket-tailed Drongo (Dicrurus paradiseus) is primarily insectivorous. It feeds on grasshoppers, locusts, butterflies, moths, beetles, termites and bees.
Johnny Wee has now added cicada to its insect menu (see the 4 images in this post).
These insects are taken on the wing LINK. The drongo swoops down from a high perch to return with the prey.
It also takes nectar, small frogs and lizards.
29th January 2017