Large flycatcher with a broad shouldered and big headed look. Note rusty primaries and tail feathers. Juveniles have more white edging on feathers than adults.© Jack & Holly Bartholmai | Macaulay LibraryWisconsin, June 23, 2008
Large flycatcher with a peaked crown. The underside of the tail has a very broad rusty stripe down the middle. Note bright yellow belly that goes farther up the breast than similar flycatchers.© Ryan Schain | Macaulay LibraryMassachusetts, April 30, 2017
Sits still on exposed perches, often in treetops, and scans the nearby airspace for flying insects.© Benjamin Clock | Macaulay LibraryNew York, May 29, 2011Not all videos have sound
Large flycatcher with a thick bill, a big head, and a peaked crown. Head and chest are dark gray and belly is bright yellow.© Scott Martin | Macaulay LibraryMassachusetts, June 04, 2019
Nests in holes in trees or other artificial structures that provide a protected place to nest.© Jonathan Pierce | Macaulay LibraryMassachusetts, June 28, 2017
Breeds in woodlots and open woodland, particularly among deciduous trees.© heidi tarasiuk | Macaulay LibraryIllinois, June 21, 2017
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