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[kis-kuh-dee] /ˈkɪs kəˌdi/
any of several American flycatchers of the genus Pitangus, especially P. sulphuratus (great kiskadee) ranging from the southwest U.S. to Argentina and noted for their loud calls and aggressive nature.

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