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   most likely based on your location is a great crested with some faded yellow its breast, but if i was not paying attention to location this would to me appear to be an Ash-Throuted

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a comparison is shown here, notice how the great crested has some brighter yellow and no whit wing marks, witch your bird does have.  

i believe we can rule out an empidonax by the clear yellow wash on underparts and redness of tail and wing feathers.

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This is not a Myiarchus flycatcher. For one, it’s head is too small. It looks better for a Traill’s (Willow/Alder) Flycatcher.

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