Camilo Montañez discovered a Bran-colored Flycatcher perched on a wire over Plaza Bolívar, Catedral, right across from our home. All the field marks were easy to check, since it stayed put for about 10 minutes. It was chocolate brown above, with darker wings with buffy wingbars; light buff below, with the characteristic streaking on the breast. It did not sing, but we got such a good look at it that we're sure of its identity anyways. What was it doing here is another question, since there are no "overgrown fields, pastures or shrubby areas" nearby.
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Solange Anchor sent the following report Sunday April 2nd with my husband we went hiking from Sora to Altos de María and down to Felipino village, just before the village in a small rice plantation , we saw a small “family group” of blue grosbeak (Guiraca caerulea) 4 adult males 2 adult females and 2 or 3 immature. Field marks: Heavy conical beak. Adult males deep blue with 2 broad chestnut “rusty” wing bars. Immature looked patchy with blue and brown. Females were brownish-gray with two chestnut wing bars, and rump very pale blue. The field was divided in 4 sections , one had rice almost ready to crop, another looked like it was recently planted , the other two were muddy but one had 10cm of water . They were foraging on ground in the parcel that seemed recently planted, and occasionally perching on wires of the fence or on low branches of a tree close by. Yellow face grassquit (Tiaris olivacea pusilla) one fork tailed flycatcher (Tyrannus savanna monacha) were in the same field. Wild