Large flycatcher with a heavy bill and a long tail. Note gray head with slightly darker ear patch and whitish throat.
Large flycatcher with a bright yellow belly and a long, notched tail. Often perches conspicuously in shrubby areas, clearings in tropical forests, and some rural and suburban areas.
Best told from Tropical Kingbird by its call, a single "pik" or an intensifying, "pik-pik-pikweer," both with a nasal quality.
Bright yellow below with a gray head and darker ear patch. Note long, notched tail.
- Medium-sized songbird.
- Back grayish green.
- Underparts yellow.
- Head gray.
- Plain blackish brown tail.
Immature DescriptionSimilar to adult except duller overall, red in crown is reduced or lacking, and wingtip feathers lack notches.
- Both Sexes
- Length: 7.9-9.4 in (20-24 cm)
- Weight: 1.4 oz (40 g)
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