Habitat: This Flycatcher species can be observed in Panama during breeding season in clearings and woodland borders, in lowlands. Distribution: This species has been reported from eastern Mexico to northern Argentina and southeastern Brazil. The birds present in Middle America usually migrate to South America during the nonbreeding season. Natural History Notes: Conservation status according to IUCN 2008 Red list: Least Concern (LC). It is a latitudinal migratory species. Characteristics: The total length of this species varies between 6 inches and 6.25 inches (measured from tip of bill to end of tail). This bird has a a fairly short bill and a dark iris. The plumage is mostly olive brown above with a yellow patch on top of the head and a white stripe above the eye. The ear-coverts are dark gray, as well as the stripe near the bill and moustache-like. Then, the throat is white and the underparts are pale yellow, with a brighter coloration on the belly. We can also distinguish a dark gray stripe on the breast.