Large-headed flycatcher with an upright posture and a white-tipped square tail. Blackish above (darker on the head) and white below.© Frank Lehman | Macaulay LibraryMassachusetts, June 29, 2017
Sturdy flycatcher with a black head and blackish back. Note white-tipped square tail.© Benjamin Hack | Macaulay LibraryMichigan, May 13, 2020
Broad-shouldered and big-headed flycatcher with clean pattern of dark upperparts and white underparts, with white tip to tail.© Benjamin Clock | Macaulay LibraryMichigan, June 04, 2011
Perches upright on wires or exposed perches. White below and blackish above with a white-tipped tail.© Bonnie Ott | Macaulay LibraryMaryland, June 14, 2017
Blackish back combined with white-tipped tail is distinctive. Found in open areas.© Michael Stubblefield | Macaulay LibraryNew Jersey, May 10, 2020
Breeds in open habitats such as yards, fields, pastures, grasslands, or wetlands.© Jean-Sébastien Guénette | Macaulay LibraryQuebec, May 10, 2017
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