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This chunky, big-headed flycatcher is widespread in the Caribbean. It has strayed into Florida several times, mainly to the southeastern coast and the Keys; some individuals have remained for up to several weeks.
Family Tyrant Flycatchers
This chunky, big-headed flycatcher is widespread in the Caribbean. It has strayed into Florida several times, mainly to the southeastern coast and the Keys; some individuals have remained for up to several weeks.

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