(family name is Passeriformes)
Relative to Thrushes and Robins. The one we mainly
see here is Caribbean Elaenia which has whitish wing bars which help
identify this from other flycatchers. They build flimsy, shallow
nests of twigs and have two to three salmon- colored eggs with lilac and
brown markings at the broad end. They catch bugs and smack them around to
tenderize them before they eat them.