Small grayish flycatcher with an obvious white eyering and small bill. On perched birds note the primary feathers, which are longer than in other Empidonax species. Look for a large step between the secondaries and primaries.© mark daly | Macaulay LibraryBritish Columbia, May 18, 2020
Found in evergreen forests on the breeding grounds and in scrub and pine-oak woodlands during migration.© Jack Parlapiano | Macaulay LibraryArizona, December 28, 2019
Song consists of a dry, abrupt 2-syllable phrase, followed by a low burry note and another rough two-syllable phrase.© Timothy Barksdale | Macaulay Library
Small grayish flycatcher with a distinct eyering and 2 wingbars. Primary feathers are long for an Empidonax, creating a stepped look from the secondaries to the primaries.© Jeremiah Trimble | Macaulay LibraryMassachusetts, December 02, 2017
Small flycatcher with a slightly peaked head and a white eyering. Breast is gray with a pale yellowish lower belly.© Ian Davies | Macaulay LibraryAlaska, June 01, 2012
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