Other names: Flycatcher
Lives in Hawaii Islands.
This bird measures 14cm in length. In its native Hawaii, it is the first to sing in the morning and the last to stop singing at night.
Has a long, brownish-black tail that is often cocked upright with a very white rump, white tips on the tail feathers and white spots on the wing coverts. There are five subspecies which differ slightly in their markings. The crown and back varies from dark brown to more grey. , The white underparts have differing amounts of shading to light brown streaks on the breast. They have Bristles which poke from the corners of the broad, almost black, beak. the male is the only gender which makes the shrill whistle.