sábado, 20 de dezembro de 2008

Common Tody-Flycatcher

Local: Mata ciliar - rio Jaú - Jaú-SP
Data: 30/11/2008

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Common Tody-flycatcher (Todirostrum cinereum)

The Common Tody-flycatcher is distributed from Mexico through Central America and into most of tropical South America except for western and central Amazonia.

It is found in shrubs around clearings, forest borders and in woodlands as well as parks and gardens.
It has a pale iris, a black crown and face turning to grey on the back. The wings are black edged yellow while the tail is black with whitish tips. Underparts are yellow.