C/S:   Great Kiskadee
    Pitangus sulphuratus
Av. Size:   8.5 in (22 cm)
Sounds:   distinctive and quite loud: kis-ka-deer; ki-deer; dzhee; quee (Peterson)
Identifying Characteristics:  

black and white striped head with yellow “beanie” on top (not always obvious), yellow underparts, rufous wings and tail.

Similar to/Compare with:   Boat-Billed Flycatcher (bill larger/no yellow on head); Social Flycatcher (bill smaller); both lack bright rufous
Range:   from Texas to South America
Habitat:   most other places, besides forests
Other Info/Notes on Photo:   Super-common in this area of Mexico
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