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Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge
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Passeriformes > Tyrannidae

Pacific Elaenia

Myiopagis subplacens

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A plain flycatcher restricted to dry and semi-humid forest in western Ecuador and northwestern Peru. It is best identified by the pale eyebrow and the dark, smudgy stripe that starts behind the eye and curls down behind the ear. Also note the lack of distinct wingbars and voice. Most common call is a burry phrase that can be roughly transcribed as “Hit it! You’re it.”

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