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Medium-sized songbird; large flycatcher. Bright yellow belly. Cinnamon rufous in wings and tail. Pale wingbars.
A treetop hunter of deciduous forests and suburban areas, the Great Crested Flycatcher is easier to hear than to see. The only eastern flycatcher that nests in cavities, it often includes snakeskin in the nest lining.
I have been watching a pair of these for over a year now. They are often easy to see, but by the time you raise your camera to snap off a shot, they fly off after yet another bug :)
Lat: 30.44, Long: -84.28
Spotted on Apr 12, 2012
Submitted on Apr 12, 2012