Dusky-capped Flycatcher

Myiarchus tuberculifer

ML190833101


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Jennifer Tobin
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eBird Checklist S61898516
Palo Verde Ecological Reserve
Riverside, California, United States
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Latitude and Longitude 33.6997, -114.4989 Map

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Observation details

Found in the middle of the cottonwood and willow plantings. First heard calling, the distinct sad whistle. The bird then flew across the berm and landed in a nearby tree. I was able to watch it catch and eat an insect for at least 5 minutes. It called every now and then. I noted that it looked like an Ash-throated Flycatcher but did not have noticeable rufous in the tail. I was able to get video of it moving around and calling. The audio and photos were taken from that video.

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