Japanese Paradise Flycatcher Named “Bird of the Year” 2019!

Native to Southeast Asia, the male specimen of the Japanese Paradise Flycatcher (Terpsiphone atrocaudata) sports some incredibly long and beautiful tail-feathers.  The purply sheen is super nice, too.  One quick look at this bird and there can be no questioning why it was named the 2019 “Bird of the Year” by the illustrious Worldwide Bird Council.  Truly an A+ bird by anyone’s definition.

After the Andrew Luck stuff it seems like nothing is really newsworthy right now.  Check out this great bird.

Source: Bamari Booper on Twitter

Native to Southeast Asia, the male specimen of the Japanese Paradise Flycatcher (Terpsiphone atrocaudata) sports some incredibly long and beautiful tail-feathers.  The purply sheen is super nice, too.  One quick look at this bird and there can be no questioning why it was named the 2019 “Bird of the Year” by the illustrious Worldwide Bird Council.  Truly an A+ bird by anyone’s definition.

After the Andrew Luck stuff it seems like nothing is really newsworthy right now.  Check out this great bird.

Source: Bamari Booper on Twitter

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