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Alternative name: Philippine Drongo
Sexes similar. Immatures are browner and less glossy.
There are 3 subspecies
Forest and forest edge usually below 1200 m.
Often seen in pairs or small groups, only occasionally in mixed-species flocks.
Few data available. Often seen catching insects and other prey by flying from an open perch.
A bowl shaped nest is built from twigs and placed on a small branch. Three eggs are laid.
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