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Hammond's Flycatcher

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Empidonax hammondii Scientific name
Passeriformes. Order
Tyrannidae Family
12.5 -  4.5 cm Length
Tropical moist forest. temperate & boreal forest, dry shrubland. Between 1,000 - 3,000 m.  Range:-  El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua & a vagrant to Panama. Breeds:- Canada USA.

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4 - 5 eggs, incubation  14 - 15 days, fledging 16 - 18 days. Clutch
Arthropods, larvae,  mainly flying insects. Food  
4254 - TSN: 554254 - Sub-species World Number
Least concern Status

AKA:- Czech: Tyranovec Hammonduv, tyranovec Hammondův
Danish: Granempidonax
German: Tannenschnäppertyrann, Tannentyrann, Tannen-Tyrann
English: Hammond's Flycatcher
Spanish: Mosquerito de Hammond, Mosquerito pasajero, Mosquero de Hammond, Mosqueta de Hammond, Mosquitero de Hammond
Spanish (Honduras): Mosquerito de Hammond
Spanish (Mexico): Mosquerito pasajero, Mosquero de Hammond
Spanish (Nicaragua): Mosquitero de Hammond
Finnish: Vuorisieppari
French: Moucherolle de Hammond
Italian: Pigliamosche di Hammond, V di Hammond
Japanese: hamondomejirohaetori
Japanese: ハモンドメジロハエトリ
Latin: Empidonax hammondi, Empidonax hammondii
Dutch: Sparrenfeetiran
Norwegian: Granempid
Polish: empidonka jodlowa, empidonka jodłowa
Portuguese: Papa-moscas-de-Hammond
Russian: Мухоловка Хаммонда
Slovak: pamuchár jedľový
Swedish: Hammondempid
Chinese: 哈氏纹霸鹟

Sub-species None known


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