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Aaron

Is this good for Dusky Flycatcher?

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I’ve heard what I thought were duskies, but all of the flycatchers sound a little too familiar to me still (I’ve got Pacific slope down though 😁).
Saw this one on a log, but I think it is a fledgling/immature as it was making a little peep sound as most begging babies do. 
Habitat seems appropriate as it’s an area that was previously clearcut, but has been allowed to grow back up for maybe 20 years so it’s quite shrubby. Seen in Shuswap BC. Noises heard around where the ‘whit’ sounds. 

Don’t know why I didn’t walk across the street to get a Better photo.... 🙄

 

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Unfortunately, the wing tip is hidden, as is the base of the upper-tail coverts. Thus, the comparison of primary projection and tail length cannot be made on the beastie.

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