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By the way, if you do see a Willow Flycatcher at this time of year, it's probably a migrant of the subspecies that nests farther north, not a Southwestern Willow Flycatcher.  Local birders might be able to tell you what time of year you can be certain that a Willow Flycatcher is Southwestern.  (Here in New Mexico, I've heard that it's only July, but I don't know whether that's true.)  if you see one nesting or recently fledged in southern Nevada, it would also have to be Southwestern.

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