Livingstone's Flycatcher Erythrocercus livingstonei

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Unusual little flycatcher with olive upperparts, yellow underparts, and a black-banded rufous tail. Found very locally in riverine and coastal forest and thickets. Restless bird that is constantly in motion, and is fond of spreading and flicking its tail. The vocalizations are a rapid series of “chit” calls and a short, melodious, warbling song.

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