French: Todirostre à tête grise German: Gelbzügel-Todityrann Spanish: Titirijí cabecigrís
Other common names: Grey-headed Tody-flycatcher
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
SE Bahia and Minas Gerais S to E Santa Catarina, in SE Brazil.
8·8–10·2 cm. Has glossy black forecrown and ocular region, distinctive large bright yellow supraloral spot, slate-grey hindcrown, olive upperparts; wings... read more
Call a simple sharp “cheep, chip-chip”.
Shrubby humid-forest edge and adjacent clearings and gardens, to 1200 m.
Food and feeding
Insects. Usually in pairs, sometimes alone, generally independent of mixed flocks. Forages in dense vegetation close to ground, also in... read more
No relevant published information.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon to common. Occurs in Itatiaia, Serra da Canastra and Tijuca National Parks, Augusto Ruschi Biological Reserve and several other protected... read more
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