The Grey-headed Canary-flycatcher sometimes known as the Grey-headed Flycatcher (Culicicapa ceylonensis) is a species of small flycatcher-like bird found in tropical Asia. It has a square crest, a grey hood and yellow underparts. They are found in forested habitats where they often join other birds in mixed-species foraging flocks. Pairs are often seen as they forage for insects by making flycatcher-like sallies and will often emit a squeaky call. Several subspecies are recognized within their wide distribution range. In the past the genus Culicicapa was placed in the family Muscicapidae but studies have found that they form a separate clade along with Stenostira and Elminia that are now considered as a family called Stenostiridae.[wiki]
Length 7 inches. Sexes alike, except that the female is rather browner above. Forehead and a very broad stripe above the eye white ; remainder of head black, the feathers of the cheeks, chin and throat edged with white; remainder of upper plumage, wings and tail brown, the wing-coverts tipped with white, and all but the central pair of tail-feathers tipped with white, progressing more broadly outwards, till the outermost feather is almost entirely white ; sides of the breast black ; remainder of lower plumage white.