Amazonian Royal Flycatcher Animal Pictures

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Royal Flycatcher

Royal Flycatcher
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The global population for Amazonian royal flycatchers is between 500,000 and 5 million mature individuals. However, this species is decreasing in its numbers due to ongoing habitat loss.

Royal Flycatcher - Building a Nest

Royal Flycatcher - Building a Nest
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We don’t know when their breeding season begins, but they typically inhabit moist riparian forests (near water) during breeding and nesting.

Royal Flycatcher, a tropical bird from Central and South America displaying its bright red crest.

Amazonian Royal Flycatcher
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Amazonian flycatchers are best known for their bright royal-looking crests, primarily used during mating season.