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Narcissus Flycatcher

Ficedula narcissina

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Small flycatcher. Adult male is splendidly colored with a glowing orange supercilium, throat, and breast set against black upperparts, white underparts, and a white wing patch. Female is dully plumaged, with mouse-brown upperparts, tan chest, white belly, and narrow pale eyering. Song is beautiful and thrush-like, usually a trio or quartet of short, ringing notes. Breeds in well-shaded broadleaf and mixed forests; can be found in a wider range of wooded habitats on passage and in winter.

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