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Help with Flycatchers ID - Arizona, US (1 Viewer)

K B Srinivas

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Hello All,
Photographed these flycatchers during my recent visit to Arizona. Need some help in getting the identification correct.

1. Is this a Brown Crested/Ash Throated flycatcher? Photo taken at Madera Canyon, Arizona on April 28.
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2. Is this a Ash Throated flycatcher? Photo taken at Boyce Thompson Arboretum Arizona on April 27.

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3. Is this a Least or Hammond's Flycatcher ? Photo taken at Boyce Thompson Arboretum Arizona on April 27.
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4. Flycatcher ID needed. Photo taken at Madera Canyon Arizona on April 28.
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5. Is this western wood pewee? photo taken at Madera canyon, arizona on April 28.
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6. Is this Dusky-capped Flycatcher? Taken at Madera canyon, Arizona on April 28.
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7. Is this dusky-capped again? taken at madera canyon arizona on the hills. Photo taken on April 28.
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8. Flycatcher ID help please. Photo taken at Patagonia Lake state park, Arizona on April 29.
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9. Flycatcher ID help please. Photo taken at Patagonia Lake state park, Arizona on April 29.
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10. Is this western Kingbird? Photo taken at Patagonia Lake state park, Arizona on April 29.
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11. Is this Least flycatcher? Photo taken at portal, arizona on May 2.
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Thanks,
Srinivas.
 

connorco

Well-known member
United States
I'm a little rusty, but I'm thinking:

1. Brown-crested
2. Ash-throated
3. Hammond's
4. Beardless-Tyranulet
5. Greater Pewee
6. Dusky-capped
7. Dusky-capped
8. Some empid, maybe another Hammond's
9. Hammond's/Dusky. I'm pretty rusty on them, and it's tricky without the primaries visable
10. Western Kingbird
11. Projection looks long enough for Hammond's but it has more of a Dusky look to it. Weird bird.
 

Microtus

Maryland USA (he/him)
Supporter
United States
Least Flycatcher is quite unlikely to occur in southeastern Arizona, according to eBird.

#10 is definitely a Western Kingbird.
 
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