It always difficult to see the Rusty-margined Flycatcher Myiozetetes cayanensis, though its distribution is widespread over South America. In the Atlantic Forest it is seen mostly in Rio de Janeiro state. A bird used to forest clearings, an open country bird. It has a plaintive call and if it is seen at all, the rusty margins on the wings are sometimes hard to pick out. Adilei and Kameliya were lucky on the Veludo trail and found a displaying male and female where the brown margin and the orange crest are easily identifiable. This photo by Adilei helps us understand those distinguishing features.