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Citron-bellied Attila

Attila citriniventris

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Identification

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Relatively large chestnut flycatcher with a gray hood. Found in the interior and at the edge of humid forests, foraging mostly in the midstory, occasionally accompanying mixed-species flocks. The song is an ascending and descending series of 4-6 whistles. The similar migratory Rufous-tailed Attila has a darker gray head and cinnamon-rufous (not white) throat, and Bright-rumped Attila has distinctive wingbars, a bright yellow rump, and a streaked breast.

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