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Vermilion flycatcher? (Phoenix, Arizona)

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Old Saturday 23rd May 2020, 01:38   #1
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Vermilion flycatcher? (Phoenix, Arizona)

These are two birds I photographed in my neighborhood in Phoenix. I think the first one is a vermilion flycatcher and the second one is a say's phoebe
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Agree with both.
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And I.

If only all flycatchers were such easy IDs. . ..
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I know they are around Tucson and south of towards Mexico, as my home is there....so not surprised about Phoenix
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Thank you all for the confirmation! Have a great weekend
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