The white-eyed slaty flycatcher (Melaenornis fischeri) is a small passerine bird of the genus Melaenornis
It is characterized by its grey shade and a bright distinct white ring around the eyes.
They usually maintain an upright pose while scanning the surrounding for prey.
It is native to the African highlands from Ethiopia and Kenya through Rwanda to eastern Zaire and Malawi. In Kenya, it is mostly absent from the east and the north of the country. It is a highland bird, common in wooded habitats, including gardens.
Spotted in Aberdare Ranges