You might think this bird would look a little more exotic ... touting such a name. I've learnt it refers to 'metallic blue-green spots' though not visible on this bird/photograph, so maybe it's a juvenile?
More information is shown on the Birds in Backyards fact-sheet here, where it is also suggested that the Spangled Drongo is often seen on telegraph wires. Bingo! That's where I captured this one recently, at Pacific Palms, on the mid north coast.
the birding group was 30+ strong, here's some looking out to a sandbar at Foster
Pelicans and Crested Terns were taking time out on the sandbar, in strong winds
while Corellas sat tight in trees by the carpark
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