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vermilion flycatcher

  1. Vermilion Flycatcher/Female

    Vermilion Flycatcher/Female

  2. Pyrocephalus rubinus obscurus/melanistic morph

    Pyrocephalus rubinus obscurus/melanistic morph

    Look the red spot on the chest, maybe this is a male.
  3. Vermilion Flycatcher

    Vermilion Flycatcher

    This little beauty seems to like having it's picture taken. Adult male Pyrocephalus rubinus at Lindo Lake, Lakeside, CA, 10-22-04, CP 5700 1.5X. www.picturetrail.com/marysan
  4. Vermilion Flycatcher (melanistic morph)

    Vermilion Flycatcher (melanistic morph)

    This is the melanistic morph of the vermilion Flycatcher. Maybe a male. (some red feathers) these birds are common in Lima, Peru
  5. Vermilion Flycatcher

    Vermilion Flycatcher

    This is a vermilion flycatcher with this particular color (dark brown) for males and females, common here in Lima Peru. Melanic variety. Come here to see them.
  6. Vermilion Flycatcher

    Vermilion Flycatcher

    This is a male Vermilion Flycatcher siting waiting for his pray.
  7. Leucistic - Vermilion flycatcher

    Leucistic - Vermilion flycatcher

    I was able to get a series of images of this unusual male vermilion flycatcher ( Leucistic) To see the series: http://birdwatch.blogspot.com
  8. Vermilion Flycatcher (Female)

    Vermilion Flycatcher (Female)

    A slight bit drabber than the male :teeth:, but still pretty.
  9. Vermilion FC male

    Vermilion FC male

    I\'m so lucky as an Oregonian, to get to digiscope this far south beauty, the most colorful N. Amer. Flycatcher. Thanks for showing him Richard.
  10. young vermilion flycatcher

    young vermilion flycatcher

    these are rare but regular in my area in the winter. when i first saw him on 10-31-03 he was quite patchy looking and i'm amazed at how the red has filled in. if he returns next winter he should be brilliant.
  11. A Vermilion Christmas

    A Vermilion Christmas

    A first year male Vermilion Flycatcher found on a Christmas Bird Count about a week before Christmas. I was able to gain access to the vinyard by sheer luck and serendipity on Christmas day!
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