Young Japanese White Eye The Japanese White-Eye is an extremely energetic bird that is always on the move. They will hang upside down, and in just about every other position, while foraging for nectar or insects. The white-eyes often travel in flocks of 5 to 20 or more. Also known its Japanese name, Mejiro.
Wildlife photographer Austin Thomas captured the lives of these Lancashire little owls on camera – from doting parents and hungry chicks to action-packed freeze frames of the birds in flight. Description from I searched for this on