The Yellowish flycatcher (Empidonax flavescens) is a small insect-eating bird of the tyrant flycatcher family which has distinctive white eye rings. The upper plumage is olive-green. The plumage below is yellow with a hint of ochre to the chest. Two buff wingbars can be seen on the blackish wings. These active birds occur naturally in the highlands areas in southeastern Mexico south to western Panama in Central America. They inhabit cool mountain forests, particularly frequenting forest edges andclearings, as well as second growth and bushy pastures. Males and females look alike and feed on insects, spiders and some small berries.