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Rusty-fronted Tody-Flycatcher

Poecilotriccus latirostris

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Small, drab flycatcher of dense undergrowth in humid lowlands. Big-headed with a short tail; grayish tan overall with a reddish wash near the base of the bill and yellow edges to wing feathers. Found in dense vegetation around forest edges, bamboo thickets, riverside vegetation, and agricultural areas, where it can locally be quite common, but often difficult to see. Gives stuttered trills of musical notes, “ti-trrrrrr” and a solid chip note, “tuck.”

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