The reed parrotbill is a rare bird that's found in China. The population of the bird is so small that the Chinese have dubbed the bird the "giant panda of birds."
The birds eat insects, seeds and berries. They are small and lively and like to make short chirps. They are usually found in northeast China's Heilongjiang and Liaoning provinces.
Here are some nice photos taken by photographer Lin Ge in Daqing City, Heilongjiang Province.
For more photos taken by Lin Ge, check the links below:
Wonderful moment of a little tern capturing fish
Beautiful photos of flamingos
Feast your eyes on brightly colored orange-bellied leafbirds
Beautiful photos of fork-tailed sunbirds
Red-headed trogon: A brightly colored bird
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