Sp 182:Asian Brown Flycatcher.
Nikon D3300, ISO 200, f/6.3,1/400Sec,250mm
“A plain brown flycatcher with a large-eyed appearance. Note bright white eye-ring and unmarked throat and underparts. Appears shorter- and plainer-winged than other similar brownish flycatchers. Found in broadleaf forests; also found in more open habitats on migration and wintering grounds. Sallies from exposed perches; cocks tail and flicks wings when perched. Song comprises high buzzy trilling and whistles. Calls include dry rattling and chittering.”