Only observed one day.
just upload a blackthroat blue robin picutre which i took in chengdu city. should be the first foto of this wild bird during migration en route to the north.
Luscinia obscura breeds in the mountains of south-west China, where it is known only from a few scattered records, with presumed non-breeding records from southern China and northern Thailand. The paucity of records suggests that it probably has a localised distribution and a small population, which is likely to be declining given the threats to its habitat.The main threat is likely to be the loss and fragmentation of forest. Forest cover has declined rapidly in Sichuan since the late 1960s, through exploitation of timber and clearance for cultivation and pasture, and substantial areas of temperate forest have been lost. Nong Bong Khai, Thailand, supported significant areas of secondary forest when it was collected there, but the area has since been completely deforested for intensive agriculture and tourism.thanks for sharing, truly appreciated.