Northern Scrub-Flycatcher

The Northern Scrub-Flycatcher is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Northern Scrub-Flycatcher determination Similar species Tyrannidae Amazonian Royal Flycatcher | Bearded Tachuri | Black-capped Becard | Black-chested Tyrant | Black-crowned Tityra | Black-tailed Tityra | Boat-billed Flycatcher | Boat-billed Tody-Tyrant | Bran-coloured Flycatcher | Brown-crested Flycatcher | Cinereous Becard | Cinereous Mourner | Cinnamon Attila | Cinnamon-crested Spadebill | Cliff Flycatcher | Common Tody-Flycatcher | Double-banded Pygmy-tyrant | Drab Water-Tyrant More

Northern Scrub-Flycatcher (Sublegatus arenarum) by Chris Parrish. More

Northern Scrub-Flycatcher - Photo copyright Don RobersonNorthern Scrub-Flycatcher Photo copyright Don Roberson... Amazonian Scrub-Flycatcher Southern Scrub-flycatcher - Photo copyright Teus LuijendijkSouthern Scrub-flycatcher Photo copyright Teus Luijendijk... More

Northern Scrub-Flycatcher - Very local in Costa Rica, a good population is resident in the mangroves and mangrove scrub near Tarcol Lodge. Panama Flycatcher - This local and somewhat distinctive Myiarchus is fairly common in the mangroves and mangrove scrub near Tarcol Lodge. Black-bellied Wren - This skulker can be difficult to see though it is quite vocal on the river trail in Carara NP. Riverside Wren - A near-endemic readily seen in Carara NP. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Tyrannidae
Genus : Sublegatus
Species : arenarum
Authority : (Salvin, 1863)