Small flycatcher with a peaked crown and teardrop-shaped eyering. Olive above and yellowish below.© Liam Singh | Macaulay LibraryBritish Columbia, April 28, 2020
Small flycatcher that is olive above and yellowish below. The teardrop-shaped eyering is a key field mark.© Robert Hamilton | Macaulay LibraryCalifornia, April 24, 2014
Flicks tail upward when perched. Note teardrop-shaped eyering.© Larry Arbanas | Macaulay LibraryMay 01, 2005
Often flicks its tail upward when perched.© Grace Oliver | Macaulay LibraryWashington, April 29, 2017
Breeds in warm, humid lowland evergreen forests, pine-oak forests, and dense second-growth woodlands.© Ted Down | Macaulay LibraryBritish Columbia, August 02, 2016
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