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Large flycatcher with slight crest. Gray overall with pale wing bars, a pale gray belly, and a bicolored bill.
Large upright perching flycatcher. Gray overall with a yellow wash to the lower belly. The bill is long and slender and dark above and orangish below.
Large flycatcher with a slight crest. Gray above and pale yellow washed below. Note orangish lower bill.
Upright perching flycatcher with a wide bill. Lower belly is washed in pale yellow. Often perches on dead branches.
Found in pine and pine-oak woodlands. Often perches conspicuously.
- Large, stocky flycatcher.
- Large head with slight crest.
- Drab gray plumage.
- Faint wingbars.
- No eyering.
Immature DescriptionJuvenile similar to adult, but underparts more yellowish and wing feather edges washed buff.
Relative Sizebetween sparrow and robin
- Both Sexes
- Length: 7.1 in (18 cm)
- Weight: 0.9 oz (27 g)
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