|A male strange-tailed tyrant at Iberá Wetlands, Corrientes Province, Argentina|
It is threatened by habitat loss, and is mostly extirpated (extinct) apart from the Iberia Marshlands where you can still see them very rarely in Argentina. Approximately half of its range still exists in the north and northeast in southern Paraguay, northeastern Argentina, and western Uruguay.
- BirdLife Species Factsheet.
- Strange-tailed tyrant photo gallery VIREO Photo--High Res
- Photo-High Res; Article borderland-tours http://www.rincondelsocorro.com/en-us/actividades/avistaje-de-aves.htm
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