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Rusty-margined Flycatcher

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Guest 09-Nov-2018 17:38
They hang around the pool here in Palmira Colombia. Catch any unfortunate insect that falls in the water for a easy snack. Locally they call them “Pichojue”
Robert Scanlon24-Apr-2015 22:35
@Steve - possibly something like this - Lesser Kiskadee?
steve 24-Apr-2015 20:17
I have a pair these visiting the pond in our garden, they seem to be trying to catch our small goldfish. Is this probable? I live in Santa Catarina Brasil.
hans 14-Sep-2012 15:22
I have several of this bird in my garden in Cali. In spanish they call them "pecho amarillo", because of it's yellow chest. They eat insects, but also small lizards and the bigger one's even might eat little birds from other species. They are quite agressive when it comes to defend territory or nutrition.
Andres Galeano . 02-Mar-2012 22:02
Creo que en risaralda estan equivocados . . . El siriri no tiene la franja negra sobre los ojos . . creo que su nombre real es pitangus . . .
julian 10-Feb-2012 02:37
pueden encontrarlo con su nombre cientifico Pitangus sulphuratus
Fabricio Cueva 12-Nov-2011 15:29
En Ecuador asi como en paises vecinos de Surámerica, tenemos de estos pero les decimos solo Mosqueros! cuál es el nombre más técnico??
hugo a grajales g 29-Oct-2011 21:09
Aqui en Risaralda se le conoce con el nombre de CIRIRI
Guest 08-Oct-2010 01:04
en mi tierrra (valle del cauca) les dicen pichojue por le sonido caracteeristico que emiten
julieta kaman 19-Aug-2010 04:07
quiero saber que nombre recibe esta ave.