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Grey Flycatcher? Arizona (1 Viewer)

Lisa W

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Looks like one from the photos I’ve seen. But I would wait for further verification. It is a very nice photo.
 

AveryBartels

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Any more photos? This looks rather in between Hammond's and Dusky for me. The primary projection is right in that middle ground between the two but the tail seems a bit long for Hammond's to my eye. At first glance there appears to be the "big gap" between the 4th and 5th primary which is a good trait for Hammond's. However, when zoomed in it appears as if there is a another primary tip in there that is not as obvious and would make the wing formula better for Dusky. More photos would be very helpful.
 

K B Srinivas

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Hello Avery,
Thanks for helping with the id. I tried looking for photos from other angles but couldn't find any. I should have got more pictures from other angles.

Thanks,
Srinivas.
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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