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The 'Vermilion Flycatcher' (Pyrocephalus rubinus) is a small passerine bird in the Tyrannidae, or tyrant flycatcher family. Vermilion Flycatchers generally prefer somewhat open areas, and are found in trees or shrubs in savannah, scrub, agricultural areas, riparian woodlands, and desert as well, but usually near water. Their range includes almost all of Mexico...

The yellow-bellied elaenia (Elaenia flavogaster) is a small bird of the tyrant flycatcher family. It breeds from southern Mexico and the Yucatán Peninsula through Central and South America as far as northern Argentina, and on Trinidad and Tobago. This is a common bird in semi-open woodland, scrub, gardens and cultivation. The yellow-bellied elaenia is a noisy and conspicuous bird which feeds on berries and insects. The latter are usually caught from mid-air after the bird sallies from a…

Vermilion Flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus) | This spectacular and distinctive member of the tyrant flycatcher family inhabits riparian areas and scrub in the southwestern United States and southward. | by felixú

Nutting's Flycatcher (Myiarchus nuttingi) This typical Myiarchus flycatcher—a genus that fails to ignite most observers’ excitement—is found from NW Mexico south across the Pacific slope of Middle America to NW Costa Rica. Throughout its range, the species favors tropical deciduous forests & thorn woodland, as well as more open areas, provided there is some reasonably dense scrub, & it ranges from sea level to at least 1800 m elevation.

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The Vermilion Flycatcher is a small passerine bird. Most flycatchers are rather drab, but the Vermilion Flycatcher is a striking exception. It is a favourite with birders, but is not generally kept in aviculture, as the males tend to lose their vermilion colouration when in captivity. They generally prefer somewhat open areas, and are found in trees or shrubs in savannah, scrub, agricultural areas, woodlands, and desert as well, but usually near water.

Uromyias is a small group of small Andean, tyrant flycatchers known as tit-tyrants. They are fairly small birds (11–14 cm) that get their common name from the tit family, due to their energetic tit-like dispositions & appearance, primarily in their crests. Tit-tyrants live in temperate or arid scrub habitats and are mainly found in the Andes mountains. It is one of only a few genera of small flycatchers that occur at such high altitudes... photo is Agile Tit-Tyrant (Uromyias agilis)