Large, blocky flycatcher with a thick neck and a stout bill. Bright yellow below and reddish brown above. Head is boldly striped black and white. Sexes similar.© Ian Davies | Macaulay LibraryQuintana Roo, February 04, 2014
Large, bulky flycatcher with a thick bill and a black-and-white striped head. Reddish brown above and yellow below with a white throat.© Tom Johnson | Macaulay LibraryTexas, February 20, 2011
Primarily a bird of the subtropics and tropics. Frequents fruit feeding stations.© Eric Liner | Macaulay LibrarySan José, December 01, 2007
Large and noisy flycatcher found in thorn-scrub, in south Texas and tropical deciduous forest elsewhere. They are also found in suburban areas and plantations.© Joshua Covill | Macaulay LibraryTexas, April 22, 2017
Builds conspicuous and bulky oblong nests with a side entrance.© Oliver Komar | Macaulay LibraryFrancisco Morazán, August 02, 2015
Eats a variety of foods including fruit at feeding stations.© Tim Lenz | Macaulay LibraryPuntarenas, January 04, 2011
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