A Great Kiskadee Bird (Pitangus Sulphuratus) Drinks Water from a Small Puddle. (Stock Footage)

A Great Kiskadee Bird (Pitangus Sulphuratus) Drinks Water from a Small Puddle. (Stock Footage)

A Great Kiskadee Bird (Pitangus Sulphuratus) Drinks Water from a Small Puddle.Close Up. Full HD.

The great kiskadee (Pitangus sulphuratus) is a passerine bird in the tyrant flycatcher family Tyrannidae. It is the only member of the genus Pitangus. It breeds in open woodland with some tall trees, including cultivation and around human habitation, mainly found in Belize, and from the Lower Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas and northern Mexico south to Argentina and Uruguay, but also it occurs all over Venezuela and Brazil (especially the central and south-southeastern regions), Paraguay and central Argentina, the Guyana coastline, and on Trinidad. It was introduced to Bermuda in 1957, and to Tobago in about 1970.

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