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Grey headed Canary Flycatcher (male)
Grey headed Canary Flycatcher (male)

 

The Grey-headed Canary-flycatcher, is a small passerine bird. Formerly considered part of the Old World flycatcher.

This flycatcher is 13 cm long and is a long-tailed flycatcher-like bird with an upright stance. The adult has a grey head and breast, green upperparts and bright yellow under parts. The Grey-headed Canary-flycatcher is an insectivore, which in its acrobatic, inquisitive hunt for prey. It breeds. The nest is built on a rock ledge or in a tree trunk, and the clutch is three or four eggs.

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