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Long tailed silky-flycatcher

Ptilogonys caudatus


Is a species of passerine bird of the family Ptilogonatidae native to the mountains of Costa Rica and western Panama.


They are found in forests, and on forest edges. Usually they stop at the end of the branches, in tall trees, although it can be observed at low levels when feeding on berries in the bushes.


Location: In the Hotel Paradise Quetzal Lodge about 2 km from the National Park. Costa Rica.

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KimFgr 6 years ago

Thank you DanielePralong!

DanielePralong 6 years ago

Beautiful images KimFgr! Welcome to Project Noah!

Spotted by

Copey, Provincia San José, Costa Rica

Spotted on May 12, 2016
Submitted on Dec 15, 2016

Spotted for Mission

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