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The great kiskadee (Pitangus sulphuratus) is a passerine bird, a stocky, robin-sized flycatcher, that inhabits much of Central and South America. The Great kiskadee has white head with black crown and bandit-like black mask on the face. Chest, belly and undersides of the body are covered with yellow plumage. Throat is white, wings are brown. Bill and legs are black-coloured. Great kiskadee is an omnivore. It likes to eat snails, beetles, grasshoppers, spiders, millipedes, mice, berries, seed and fruit. However, it also is one of the rare songbirds that consume fish. It readily dives into the water to catch it.