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The brown crested flycatcher (Myiarchus tyrannulus) is named because its upperparts are olive brown, with a darker head and short crest. Typically it feeds on large insects like beetles or cicadas, but has been seen catching hummingbirds. It breeds in the south-western USA - but some are also found in Louisiana and Florida. The Brown-crested Flycatcher’s former name, "Wied's Crested Flycatcher," was in honour of Prince Maximilian of Wied, a German naturalist and traveler in early-19th-century America.
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