Black-capped Flycatcher

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Black-capped Flycatcher

The Mosquerito Cabecinegro (Empidonax atriceps) has a white eye-ring which is broad behind and interrupted above. Lives in Costa Rica and W Panama.

11.5cm (41/2”); 9g; It’s a brownish-olive colored bird; pileum, hindneck, wings and tail blackish; 2 wing bars with pale edges; cheeks dark olive-brown; throat and belly buff; upper mandible black, lower orangish. Young: Head is browner, wings and belly paler, buffer.

Common Name: Black-capped Flycatcher
Scientific Name: Empidonax atriceps
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