A slender flycatcher with a long tail and peaked crown. The face is ashy gray with a whitish throat.© Bryan Calk | Macaulay LibraryTexas, May 08, 2020
A slender flycatcher with a long tail and peaked crown. The face is ashy gray with a whitish throat.© Sam Zhang | Macaulay LibraryMassachusetts, January 12, 2021
Calls include a variety of gurgling, burry notes.© Larry Arbanas | Macaulay LibraryTexas, April 20, 2008Not all videos have sound
The underside of the tail has a broad stroke of cinnamon down the center bordered by brownish gray.© Matthew Pendleton | Macaulay LibraryUtah, June 16, 2015
Nests in holes in trees, birdhouses, or other holes or crevices.© David Zittin | Macaulay LibraryCalifornia, May 02, 2017
Found in dry scrub, open woodlands, and deserts in western North America.© Marc North | Macaulay LibraryTexas, April 24, 2016
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