Puerto Rican Flycatcher

An inconspicuous woodland species often first detected by voice. It has a slender build and is colored dull brown above and mostly grayish white below. The Caribbean Elaenia is vaguely similar but is smaller and has a distinct yellow wash below unlike the Puerto Rican Flycatcher. Vocalizations include a quick “tsee-ick” and a drawn out, plaintive “pheeeee.”