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Hotel Lagos de Menegua
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Passeriformes > Tyrannidae

Pale-eyed Pygmy-Tyrant

Atalotriccus pilaris

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A tiny flycatcher found in woodlands, edges, and scrubby second growth. It has brownish-olive upperparts and dingy whitish underparts with vague streaking and brighter yellow wash under the bend of the wing and on the flanks. Look for rather whitish wingbars, pale yellow eye, reddish eyering, and pinkish-brown legs and bill. Mostly found in the lowlands but occasionally as high as 2,000 m. Singles or pairs are found in the lower to middle levels, often detected by their loud sputtering trills and ticking calls.

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