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Pacific-slope Flycatcher

Empidonax difficilis ORDER: PASSERIFORMES FAMILY: TYRANNIDAE

IUCN Conservation Status: Least Concern

A small yellowish flycatcher of shaded forests and streamsides, the Pacific-slope Flycatcher is found in the Pacific Coast states. It is nearly identical in appearance to the Cordilleran Flycatcher, and the two forms were formerly considered to be the same species, known as the "Western Flycatcher."

Appearance

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Adult Description

  • Small flycatcher.
  • Prominent pale yellowish eyering and wingbars.
  • Back greenish brown.
  • Underparts yellowish.

Immature Description

Similar to adult, but wingbars more buffy.

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