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This Willow Flycatcher(?) was photographed along a stream that parallels Moose-Wilson Road near the Visitor Center, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.

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JoshuaGSmith 8 years ago

It is either a Least or Willow Flycatcher. There was a sighting of a Willow some time ago on the Moose-Wilson Road.

Liam 10 years ago

Eek! Empids are the toughest to ID! I'm particularly unfamiliar with the Western ones. If you have a view of the Primary Projection, e.g. the back, that would be extremely helpful.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA

Spotted on Jun 23, 2012
Submitted on Jun 23, 2012

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