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This tyranid is a overwinter with permanent reproductive populations in the country. The Fork-tailed Flycatcher is a very distinctive species of savannas and open areas. Its name Tyrannus derives from Latin and means tyrant, despot referring to the aggressive behavior of birds of this genus and savana comes from the French savane, referring to its main habitat.
The size of the males is 38cm and the females only 28 centimeters. It has a very long and deeply forked tail (shorter in the female). They present the crown, nape and sides of the head to below the eyes, black. The back is light gray, the wings are darker, the tail is black, and the underparts are completely white.
Found from southern Mexico to Argentina and Paraguay
Drier non-jungle regions and pastures to the west of the Andes, east of the Andes in open terrain and in clearings or along rivers in jungle areas.
It feeds mainly on insects and also consumes fruits. From an exposed perch they hunt their prey in the air with aerial maneuvers. It is common for it to catch queen bees in its flight.
The nest is a shallow cup constructed of vegetable fibers, leaves and lined with fine fibers, rootlets, feathers, and cottony materials such as seed fluff. It is located between 1 to 10 meters in a tree or bush. The female lays 2 white eggs
Remain solitary or in large or small flocks. Typically perches exposed on fences or on shrubs or small trees, migrants almost anywhere, even in the treetops of the jungle and during migration they gather in flocks of hundreds or thousands to spend the night.
Previously considered very close to Tyrannus forficatus but this was not supported by molecular analysis. Possibly more related to T. albogularis and T. couchii.
It is classified as a species of least concern