The White-rumped Shama, Copsychus malabaricus, is a gorgeous small bird and a wonderful singer with high flute-like tones. It was imported into Hawaii from Southeast Asia about 80 years ago and has thrived there. It was formerly known as the Shama Thrush and considered a member of the Thrush family but is now considered a member of the Muscicapidae or Old World Flycatchers.
They tend to favor thick woodland including bamboo. However the the bird in this image was surprisingly seen in a park area in crowded Honolulu.
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