Eye to Eye With White-Breasted Woodswallow

The white-breasted woodswallow (Artamus leucorynchus) can be found in Australia and Southeast Asia.

In colder climates they are often seen huddled together to conserve heat, such as in the photo in this post

In warmer climates they are not as cute and cuddly, and instead like to stay in sunny open fields looking like angry birds.

Agile and fast-flying, they can be seen soaring high, or just as commonly on the ground where they can look at you eye to eye.

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