Great Crested Flycatcher-1
This common, large flycatcher is frequently seen (or just heard) in the Eastern half of North America high in the treetops where it actively and aggressively hunts insects and ripe fruits and even the occasional small invertebrate such as lizards. This one was seen perched out in the open above the black waters of the Corkscrew Swamp on a cool November evening in Southwest Florida.
- Image Size
- 5701x3805 / 13.0MB
Animalia, Aves, Chordata, Copetón Viajero, Corkscrew Swamp, Florida, Myiarchus, Myiarchus crinitus, Passeriformes, SW Florida, SWFL, Southwest Florida, Tyran huppé, Tyrannidae, animal, autumn, bird, birdwatching, crested, fall, fauna, flycatcher, fowl, gray, great crested flycatcher, insect-eating, natural, nature, ornithology, passerine, songbird, tyrant flycatcher, vertebrate, wild, wildlife, yellow
- Contained in galleries
- Songbirds (Passerines), Tyrant Flycatchers