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Refugio Paz de las Aves (Angel Paz)
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Passeriformes > Tyrannidae

Bearded Tachuri

Polystictus pectoralis

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Identification

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A small attractive flycatcher. Males have a striking face pattern with a black crown hiding concealed white feathers and a black face that contrasts with its brown back. Note the rusty rump and cinnamon wash below. Females have a brown crown and a buff face with a whitish throat. Occurs in native grasslands and savannas with scattered shrubs.

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