|Streamer-tailed Tyrant (Gubernetes yetapa)|
|Serra da Canastra, Minas Gerais, Brazil
The Streamer-tailed Tyrant is a large and spectacular flycatcher found in damp grasslands and marshes close to streams. It requires bushes (or utility lines) on which to perch while searching for its prey.
It is found in south-central and south-east Brazil, eastern Bolivia, Paraguay and northern Argentina.
|It has a grey back with blackish wings on which there is a patch of cinnamon-rufous, as seen in the second photo, which is conspicuous in flight. The Streamer-tailed Tyrant has a white throat sharply outlined on the sides of the neck and the upper chest by a dark chestnut line.|