longtailedsilkyflycatcher

February 10, 2017 – Long-tailed Silky-flycatcher (Ptiliogonys caudatus)

These silky-flycatchers are found in Costa Rica and western Panama. They eat insects and fruits, foraging in small flocks. Monogamous pairs nest alone, or in groups of two to five pairs, defending small territories around their nesting sites. They may form a superspecies with the Grey Silky-flycatcher.

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