MIRROR (Pheasant-tailed jacana )
The pheasant-tailed jacana’s main sources of food are insects, molluscs, and other invertebrates picked from the floating vegetation or the water’s surface. The forage by walking on vegetation and also by swimming in water, somewhat like phalaropes (Hoffmann claims that they wade in deeper water but never swim. They also ingest filamentous algae, seeds and plant material but this may be purely accidental.Flocks of as many as 50 to 100 can be found on a waterbody and they can become very tame and habituated to human presence. They usually fly low over the water surface but may also mob raptors higher in the air and on landing, keep their wings open until they find firm footing.