One of the largest members of the Empidonax group. The forehead is rather flat, sloping gently up giving the head a peaked look. Olive above with 2 pale wingbars and a narrow eyering.© Dan Jones | Macaulay LibraryTexas, April 10, 2018
Relatively large flycatcher with long wings. Olive above and yellowish below, with 2 pale wingbars, and a thin white eyering.© Brendan Klick | Macaulay LibraryMichigan, June 21, 2020
Song is an explosive, two-parted "ker-chip!" or "peet-sah!"© Benjamin Clock | Macaulay LibraryNew Jersey, May 14, 2012
Olive and yellowish flycatcher with a long and broad bill, especially noticeable from below. Some individuals appear more yellow below than others.© Brian Sullivan | Macaulay LibraryTexas, April 16, 2011
Common flycatcher of deciduous forests often near water.© Edward Plumer | Macaulay LibraryTexas, April 15, 2016
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