|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|15" 38.1cm||15" 38.1cm||1oz 28.3g||Tyrannidae||Tyrannus savana|
The Fork-tailed Flycatcher is a native bird to Mexico and the Central and the South American countries. It is a common sight when traveling through the countrysides, where they are seen perched on fencelines and utility lines. This flycatcher has some similar features to the Eastern Kingbird. It has been seen in Cuba and is a recognized vagrant.