Large, upright-perching flycatcher. From the front it looks like it is wearing a vest. Sexes similar.© Luke Seitz | Macaulay LibraryMaine, May 29, 2017
Head feathers are sometimes raised giving the head a peaked look.© Amy Clark Courtney | Macaulay LibraryAlaska, July 10, 2020
Perches upright often on the top of dead branches and trees.© Benjamin Clock | Macaulay LibraryMichigan, June 10, 2013Not all videos have sound
Large, elongated, upright-perching flycatcher with a "vested" look—gray sides contrast with white stripe down the belly. Head sometimes looks peaked at the rear.© Steve Wickliffe | Macaulay LibraryMontana, May 20, 2020
Perches prominently often on dead branches, especially snags in recently burned forests.© Marlene Cashen | Macaulay LibraryWashington, August 12, 2019
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