Red-Breasted Flycatcher

is a small bird in the bird family Muscicapidae resembling Chiffchaff by its way of movement and size. It is mainly brown above and whitish below. Males have orange – red throats (females and juveniles lack the throat collar). Red-breasted fly-catchers are found mainly in broadleaved forests deciduous woodlands, especially near water. They nest in scattered places in the CR. These insectivores belong to strongly endangered bird species.


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