Cordilleran Flycatcher Photos and Videos
Small flycatcher with a peaked crown and a teardrop-shaped eyering. Olive above and yellowish below, with 2 wingbars.
Small flycatcher with a peaked crown and a teardrop-shaped eyering. Olive above with 2 whitish wingbars.
Teardrop-shaped eyering is distinctive for this and a few other species. Cordilleran Flycatchers are almost identical to Pacific-slope Flycatchers, but separated by range.
Breeds in dry evergreen and mixed forests in interior western North America, mainly along the Rocky Mountains.
- Small flycatcher.
- Prominent pale yellowish eyering and wingbars.
- Back greenish brown.
- Underparts yellowish.
Immature DescriptionSimilar to adult, but wingbars more buffy.
Relative Sizesparrow-sized or smaller
- Both Sexes
- Length: 5.5-6.7 in (14-17 cm)
- Weight: 0.4-0.5 oz (11-13 g)
- Wingspan: 8.7 in (22 cm)
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