Once believed to be the same species as the Alder Flycatcher, the Willow Flycatcher (pictured here) can be distinguished most easily by it’s distinct song. These images were taken at RMBS this spring.
"What a thousand acres of Silphiums looked like when they tickled the bellies of the buffalo is a question never again to be answered, and perhaps not even asked." -Aldo Leopold
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Lovely shots, particularly that second one (love the background green, really helps make the bird stand out.) I just love seeing the infinite cheerfulness of a bird in song…which your first photo has captured superbly! 🙂
Hello Jon. It is nice to meet you and thanks for your comments. Yes! Bird song is one of my favorite things in life and I can never get enough of seeing one in the act.