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Paraíso Caño Hondo
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Passeriformes > Tyrannidae

Greater Antillean Elaenia

Elaenia fallax

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Identification

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A small inconspicuous flycatcher of montane wooded habitats. This species’ bold wingbars readily distinguish it from the similarly sized Jamaican and Hispaniolan Pewees as well as Jamaican Elaenia. Its full song is a descending whistled “Cheeeu” followed by a quick “wibit-wibit.” Call notes include a descending whistled “Tseeee-oo” or a quick “wibit” as in song, though sometimes given in rapid succession.

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