Quick THREE BEERS Olive-sided Flycatcher in Brookbanks Park

The tallest tree with dead branches at the top in Brookbanks Park is a favourite perch from which the Olive-sided Flycatcher sallies forth and catches insects. Olive-sided Flycatcher is a regular fall migrant through Toronto. We look for them on the top of dead branches of Beech and Maple Trees. This is a juvenile, told by the buffy edges to the wing coverts. Toronto on 26 August 2018.


VIDEO: Olive-sided Flycatcher gently vocalizes churp churp as it looks about for insect prey


It looks like its wearing a vest. This large flycatcher is migrating from the northern forests to Central and South America. 26 August 2018.