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    Social Flycatcher

    Overview The Flycatchers family of birds contains a large number of species. A common species, the Social Flycatcher...

    Great Crested Flycatcher

    Overview The Great Crested Flycatcher (Myiarchus crinitus) announces its presence with a loud, clear wheep or rolling crrreep. It always nests...

    Cliff Flycatcher

    Appearance The Flycatchers family of birds contains a large number of species. They can be small, medium, large...

    Alder Flycatcher

    The Alder Flycatcher belongs to the Genus Empidonax or Empids. Eleven of the 14 species of Empids breed in North America. Appearance

    Great Spotted Woodpecker

    The Great Spotted Woodpecker (Dendrocopos major) is about the size of a starling. It is widespread across Europe, except for Ireland and...

    Gray Kingbird (Tyrannus dominicensis)

    Appearance This is a stocky, large-headed, pale gray flycatcher of the coastal habitats. Look for a dusky blackish...

    Eastern Kingbird (Pihatyranni)

    Hunting The Eastern Kingbird (Tyrannus tyrannus) belongs to the Flycatcher Family. These birds are the bane of flying...

    Brown-headed Cowbird

    Overview Few birds are as generally disapproved of as the Brown-headed Cowbird ( Molothrus ater), which lays its...

    Hummingbirds

    Overview Hummingbirds can hardly be described without the liberal use of superlatives: the largest flight muscles, the biggest...