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Ash-throated Flycatcher the Re-edit

November 07, 2022 - I tried to get the noise out of the photo but unfortunately the definition of the original image is compromised by the e...
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Ash-throated Flycatcher

November 06, 2022 - I made an error this morning in photographing the Ash-throated Flycatcher. When I first arrived it was quite dark in the...
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Blue-grey Gnatcatcher and Woodland Friends

October 05, 2022 - The Blue-grey Gnatcatcher is a nifty bird with a chattering trill to announce its presence. It's one of the earliest fly...
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Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

November 05, 2021 - I got off on a early start so that I could photograph the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher in the morning light. On route I pho...
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Yellow-bellied Flycatcher

September 22, 2020 - The Yellow-bellied Flycatcher is a common woodland bird and like many woodland birds is more often heard than seen. Look...
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Least Flycatcher and Alder Flycatcher

May 29, 2020 - Our two common flycatchers are the Alder Flycatcher and the Least Flycatcher. They look similar at a glance although the...
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Say's Phoebe

May 10, 2020 - The Say's Phoebe has been a challenge for me. I've encountered the bird more than once and interestingly the best photog...
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Eastern Kingbird

May 06, 2020 - The kingbirds are renowned for their tenacious attitude and especially the risks they will take in defending their famil...
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Eastern Phoebe

May 04, 2020 - The Eastern Phoebe is often our earliest flycatcher to arrive in spring migration, sometimes a second to the Tree Swallo...
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Eastern Wood-Pewee

April 15, 2020 - The Eastern Wood-Pewee is a favourite woodland flycatcher of mine. The cry of "peee-a-weee" is a haunting reminder of ou...
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