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Brown-crested Flycatcher

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-;[[:Category:Myiarchus|Myiarchus]] tyrannulus 
[[Image:Brown-crested_Flycatcher.jpg|thumb|550px|right|Photo by Leslie <br>Location: Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge, TX]] [[Image:Brown-crested_Flycatcher.jpg|thumb|550px|right|Photo by Leslie <br>Location: Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge, TX]]
 +;[[:Category:Myiarchus|Myiarchus]] tyrannulus
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==Identification== ==Identification==
-==Distribution==+19cm. Brown-olive upperparts, yellow underparts, pale grey throat and breast, pale wing bars, brown tail, large, dark bill. Sexes similar.
 + 
 + ==Distribution==
Southwestern [[United States]] in southeastern corner of [[California]], most of [[Arizona]] and southern [[Texas]]; also rare in [[Nevada]] and [[Utah]] south to northern [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]] and the Guianas. Casual to rare vagrant in [[Louisiana]] and [[Florida]]. Southwestern [[United States]] in southeastern corner of [[California]], most of [[Arizona]] and southern [[Texas]]; also rare in [[Nevada]] and [[Utah]] south to northern [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]] and the Guianas. Casual to rare vagrant in [[Louisiana]] and [[Florida]].
==Taxonomy== ==Taxonomy==
Polytypic. Consists of seven subspecies. Polytypic. Consists of seven subspecies.
==Habitat== ==Habitat==
 +Woodland.
==Behaviour== ==Behaviour==
-===Voice===+The diet includes insects and fruit.
 +It builds its nest in a tree cavity; 2-3 purple-marked cream eggs are laid.
 +==References==
 +Wikipedia
==External Links== ==External Links==
{{GSearch|Myiarchus+tyrannulus}} {{GSearch|Myiarchus+tyrannulus}}
-[[Category:Birds]][[Category:Myiarchus]][[category:incomplete]]+[[Category:Birds]][[Category:Myiarchus]]

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Photo by Leslie Location:  Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge, TX
Photo by Leslie
Location: Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge, TX
Myiarchus tyrannulus

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Identification

19cm. Brown-olive upperparts, yellow underparts, pale grey throat and breast, pale wing bars, brown tail, large, dark bill. Sexes similar.

==Distribution==

Southwestern United States in southeastern corner of California, most of Arizona and southern Texas; also rare in Nevada and Utah south to northern Argentina, Brazil and the Guianas. Casual to rare vagrant in Louisiana and Florida.

Taxonomy

Polytypic. Consists of seven subspecies.

Habitat

Woodland.

Behaviour

The diet includes insects and fruit.

It builds its nest in a tree cavity; 2-3 purple-marked cream eggs are laid.

References

Wikipedia

External Links

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