I am one month shy of it being two years since I've been aboard my sailboat, Peregrine. She is moored in Barra de Navidad, Colima, Mexico. We arrived on May 9th for a two week visit. I have seen nearly all the birds on my Barra list since arriving, and even added what I think is a lifer; Yellow Grosbeak. I say think because I failed to bring my handwritten lifer notebook and I have not transferred everything to my electronic spreadsheet. I will post a list of species seen since the 9th on another post, but I wanted to post that my target bird for this visit is the Flammulated Flycatcher. I have read what I could find and listened to calls on xeno-canto to help my search. It is supposed to be in range, but I found a bit on wiki that states it is a bird that lives in altitudes of 1000-1400 meters (3280-4593ft) above sea level. I am certainly not in that range. I'm hoping I'm not searching in vain. One of the sound recordings is from Chihuatlan, which is close by and not at that altitude. I have armed myself with info as to appearance and behaviour. If anybody has any insights, please post. I thought I might have seen one (which is what caused me to focus on this bird), but after looking at a few almost silhouette photos, I ruled it out. The sky is just lightening and I will be heading out soon. They have a dawn call and since breeding should start next month, I figure that I have a good chance of finding it if it is here.