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Fire-capped Tit seen at Chambal Safari Lodge. <br />
Not nice, but better than nothing. Cephalopyrus flammiceps,Chambal,Geotagged,India,Winter,fire-capped tit Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Fire-capped Tit

seen at Chambal Safari Lodge.
Not nice, but better than nothing.

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The fire-capped tit is a small, 10 cm long, weighing about 7 g bird species assigned to the Paridae family, that breeds in the temperate forests bordering the Himalayas to the south, in the Hengduan Shan and Nujiang Shan on the Myanmar-China border, the Micah Shan and Daba Shan on the Northern Sichuan border. It winters down hill and further south. Further to the east, birds tend to be smaller and the plumage becomes gradually darker.

Similar species: Passerines
Species identified by DR_M_Z
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By DR_M_Z

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Uploaded Apr 26, 2019. Captured Mar 6, 2019 13:20 in Unnamed Road, Madhya Pradesh 454010, India.
  • NIKON D500
  • f/8.0
  • 1/500s
  • ISO449
  • 500mm