|Scientific name: Artamus cyanopterus|
Diet: Flying insects caught on the wing.
Habitat: Open forests and woodlands.
Breeding: Small stick nest is built from August to January. Three to four eggs are layed.
| ||Dusky Woodswallow|
Dusky Woodswallows live in small communal flocks of 10-30 birds that will huddle together to sleep during the cooler months.