Pizzey and Knight describe the Paperbark Flycatcher (Myagra nana) as a smaller and glossier version of the Restless Flycatcher (Myagra inquieta). It’s found across North Australia from Western Australia to western Cape York. This bird had built its gorgeous neat cup nest of paperbark and spider web on a branch overhanging the artificial lake in the mining town of Jabiru, in Kakadu National Park.

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