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Little Yellow Flycatcher (1 Viewer)

Steve G

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Little Yellow Flycatcher (Erythrocercus holochlorus):
A tiny hyperactive warbler-like bird related to the Monarch Flycatchers. This wee bird is yellow-olive above & bright yellow below with a rather plain face. It is strictly arboreal & is frequently found in mixed species feeding flocks with other flycatchers, sunbirds & helmet-shrikes.
The Little Yellow Flycatcher is an East African endemic found in the coastal evergreen forests of Kenya & Northern Tanzania.
 

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