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Black-faced Monarch, Monarcha melanopsis, 15-20 centimeters / 5.9-7.9 inches. Breeding ENDEMIC that prefers the middle layers of rainforest, gullies, dense wet coastal forest and can be found in more open country during migration.

Railway Park, Queensland, Australia.

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Tags:   Flycatchers Wild Birds of Australia Birds of Queensland Monarchidae Black-faced Monarch Monarcha melanopsis Monarch Flycatchers ©bryanjsmith

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Hammond's Flycatcher, Empidonax hammondii, 5.5 in. COMMON in coniferous and mixed forest.

Florida (Flor-ee- da) Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA.

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Tags:   Birds Flycatchers Empidonax hammondii Hammond's Flycatcher Wild Birds Birds of North America Birds of Arizona Tyrannidae Tyrant Flycatchers

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Black Phoebe (Northern), Sayornis nigricans semiater, 17.78 cm. / 7 in. Along streams, near ponds with marsh and overhanging trees, perches. Late afternoon sun.

Tijuana River National Estuarine Reserve, San Diego County, Imperial Beach, California.

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Tags:   Black Phoebe Sayornis nigricans Tyrannidae Tyrant Flycatchers

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Olive-sided Flycatcher, Contopus cooperi, 19 cm. / 7.5 in. UNCOMMON in Spruce / Fir forests where tree height varies and with clearings.

Bitterlake National Wildlife Refuge, Roswell, Chavez County, New Mexico.

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Tags:   Flycatchers Olive-sided Flycatcher Contopus cooperi Tyrant Flycatchers Birds of New Mexico

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Western Wood-Pewee, Contopus sordidulus, 15.8 cm. / 6.25 in. COMMON in mature deciduous and mixed forests and edges.

Madera Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona.

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Tags:   Birds Flycatchers Western Wood-Pewee Contopus sordidulus Tyrant Flycatchers


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