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Orange-banded Flycatcher

Nephelomyias lintoni

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A small flycatcher restricted to high-elevation Andean cloud forest in southeastern Ecuador and adjacent areas of northern Peru. Darker than other small flycatchers in range and rather distinctive; orange-tinged underparts, buffy wingbars, and mostly orange bill are helpful identification features. Eye is pale in some birds and dark in others. Usually seen high in the trees, where it often gives a soft “tink” call over and over.

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