|Yellow Tyrannulet (Capsiempsis flaveola)|
The Yellow Tyrannulet is found from Nicaragua to north and eastern Amazonian Brazil with seperate populations in western Ecuador and eastern Brazil but with sightings from a variety of sites in between.
|It likes shrubby areas at the edge of woodland and in forest clearings and has an affinity for areas where there is bamboo.
A slender and long-tailed flycatcher, it is entirely yellow below, yellow-olive above with two broad yellow wing-bars and yellow edges to the wings. It has a long yellow supercilium.
|It is usually seen in pairs or small groups rather than in mixed flocks and it feeds like a warbler, gleaning prey from the foliage.|