Great Kiskadee
Pitangus sulphuratus

f4.5 @ 1/400s, ISO:1600, Nikon D3S w 500mm

"Great Kiskadee," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The great kiskadee is a passerine bird in the tyrant flycatcher family Tyrannidae. It is the only member of the genus Pitangus. The adult great kiskadee is one of the largest of the tyrant flycatchers. It is 25 to 28 cm (9.8 to 11.0 in) in length and weighs 53 to 71.5 g (1.87 to 2.52 oz). The head is black with a strong white supercilium and a concealed yellow crown stripe. The upperparts are brown, and the wings and tail are brown with usually strong rufous fringes. The bill is short, thick, and black in color. The great kiskadee occupies a wide range of habitats, from open grassland with scattered trees to urban areas. Its range extends from the Lower Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas south through Central America to southern Argentina.
Dagua, Colombia