Habitat: This Flycatcher species can be commonly found in lower growth of humid forests in lowlands and lower foothills. Distribution: This species has been reported from southeastern Mexico to Bolivia and southern Brazil. Natural History Notes: The Sulphur-rumped Flycatcher likes to show its yellow rump, by undergoing fanning movements with its tail and by drooping its wings. This bird is usually found alone within a group of mixed bird species. Conservation status according to IUCN 2008 Red list: Least Concern (LC). Characteristics: This species has a total length of 5 inches (measured from tip of bill to end of tail). This bird is characterized by the brilliant yellow coloration on the rump and by the black tail with a rounded shape. The plumage is mostly olive on the above with a yellow patch on the top of the head of the male. The throat is yellow, becoming tawny orange on the breast and the flanks and more yellow on the middle of the belly.