Tyrant Flycatchers

 

Black-billed FlycatcherThe Black-billed Flycatcher, or Nelson’s Flycatcher, Aphanotriccus audax, occurs in eastern Panama and northwestern Colombia.

These are uncommon inhabitants of mature evergreen forest and tall secondary growth, usually in dense understory vegetation on the woodland edges, along streams or in clearings.

These flycatchers are seen alone or in pairs seeking insects, especially beetles and ants, picked from the underside of foliage in flight.


 

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