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Male 37â€“40Â·5 cm (14Â½-16 in), female 28â€“30 cm (11-11Â¾ in) includes length of tail
Relatively regular vagrant to North America.
There are 4 subspecies
Found in a wide variety of habitats; light forests, city parks, riverine, humid forests, open fields near rainforest edge, grassland, Pacific lowlands, highly disturbed dry tropical forest with open pastures for grazing cattle, savannas. Open areas, agricultural field with scattered trees, scrubby farmland
Observed at heights around 20-29 m.
Their diet consists of flying insects during the breeding season with the addition of fruit (berries and palm fruit) at other times.
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