French: Tyranneau de Traylor German: Orangeaugen-Breitschnabeltyrann Spanish: Picoplano ojinaranja
Other common names:
Schulenberg and T. A. Parker
5 km ESE of Orán, Loreto, Peru
SE Colombia (SE Putumayo, SE Amazonas), E Ecuador and NE Peru (N of Amazon in Loreto).
13·5 cm; 11·5 g. Has buff supraloral area and ear-coverts, cinnamon forehead with olive-grey feather tips, dusky grey crown contrasting with olive-green upperparts; wings and... read more
Call a distinct two-part, buzzy “wheeeeezzz-birrt” or “psi-trrrrrrrrr”, given at long intervals,... read more
Restricted to middle levels, subcanopy and borders of várzea forest, below 400 m.... read more
Food and feeding
Diet insects. Forages alone or, sometimes, with mixed flocks. Items obtained primarily by sallying to leaves.
No information available.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Rare and local, although probably often overlooked within its small range. Recorded as far E as Amacayacu National Park, in extreme SE Colombia. In... read more
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