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Photo by Steve G
Photo taken: Main ridge Reserve, Tobago.
Myiarchus venezuelensis


19cm. Brown upperparts, darker head and short crest, grey breast, yellow belly, brown tail feathers and wings with narrow rufous outer webs. Sexes are similar, but young birds have broader rufous edgings.


Northeastern Colombia, northern Venezuela and Tobago.



Forest and deciduous woodland.


The nest is built in a tree cavity.

The diet includes insects.

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