French: Tyranneau de Colombie German: Pazifik-Breitschnabeltyrann Spanish: Picoplano del Pacífico
Juntas de Tamaná, Chocó, Colombia
Chocó region of W Colombia (S from mid-Atrato Valley) and NW Ecuador (Esmeraldas S to S Pichincha).
15 cm; 23·5–26·5 g. Large-headed flycatcher. Has dark olive head and upperparts, indistinct grey eyering; wings and tail dusky brown, conspicuous tawny-... read more
Song a fast series of descending clear to burry notes, “tchwee-tee-te-tu-tu-tu”; call a... read more
Lower growth of humid lowland forest and mature secondary woodland, usually sea-level to 1000 m; to... read more
Food and feeding
Feeds on arthropods. Forages alone or in pairs, often at edge of understorey mixed-species flocks including furnariids, Myrmotherula... read more
Birds in breeding condition from Mar in Colombia. No other information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to fairly common; often overlooked. Restricted to Chocó region. Uncommon in Río Palenque Science Centre and Tinalandia Private Reserve, in... read more
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