Monterey Audubon - Ash-throated Flycatcher

Ash-throated Flycatcher is a common breeder in deciduous woodlands across most of Monterey County, especially around chaparral and at elevation. They can also be found in many riparian habitats. Interestingly, they are absent as breeders in the coastal pine forest of the Monterey Peninsula, where they are rarely detected as migrants.

I still need it for my 5-mile radius list!
(but I have Great Crested, a rare eastern vagrant in the same genus!)

📸: (c) Karen Krieger - 5/5/2024

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Publicado el mayo 9, 2024 03:05 MAÑANA por billhubick billhubick


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