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Vermilion Flycatcher (juvenile female)
Vermilion Flycatcher (Pyrocephalus rubinus subsp. flammeus) Juvenile female, differs from adult female by having yellow on her flanks opposed to salmon. Photographed in an urban setting near a man-made pond with the surrounding area being over grazed desert grassland of the Chihuahuan Desert with scattered cacti and desert shrubs at ca. 1,239 m (4,060 ft) elevation. Marathon, Brewster County, Texas, USA.
Habitat
Urban setting near a man-made pond with the surrounding area being over grazed desert grassland of the Chihuahuan Desert with scattered cacti and desert shrubs at ca. 1,239 m (4,060 ft) elevation.
Location
Marathon, Brewster County, Texas, USA.
Date taken
May 2014
Scientific name
Pyrocephalus rubinus
Equipment used
Canon
It is a delightful shot Stanley, lovely bird and a splendid pose.
 
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Gosh... even a juvenile female is pretty... and cute too.

What a lovely picture with a great pose - nice work with these three Stanley.

I do hope the recovery is going well.
 

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