Large, hefty flycatcher with a thick bill. The head and chest are dark gray with a white mustache.© Roger Clark | Macaulay LibraryNew Mexico, May 21, 2017
Note dark tail with pale tips as opposed to pale outer tail feathers on similar species. White mustache not always visible, especially on birds with worn plumage.© Shawn Billerman | Macaulay LibraryNew York, December 28, 2014
Perches on branches, wires, or posts to watch for flying insects. Sallies out from its perch to grab an insect in flight.© Larry Arbanas | Macaulay LibraryArizona, May 01, 2006Not all videos have sound
Large, hefty flycatcher with a thick bill. The head and chest are dark gray with a white mustache. Note pale edging on the tip of the tail.© Jonathan Casanova | Macaulay LibraryCalifornia, January 18, 2021
Often perches on exposed branches or wires where it waits for insects. Note dark gray head and white mustache.© Brian Sullivan | Macaulay LibraryCalifornia, March 04, 2011
Found in open country with scattered trees or open woodlands.© David Lerwill | Macaulay LibraryNew Mexico, June 09, 2017
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