Adult. Photo: Chernetsova/Flickr (CC BY-2.0)

Common in the Bahamas and Cuba, this rather drab flycatcher was first found in our area in 1995, when a single bird appeared in Florida. Looking somewhat like an Empidonax flycatcher with only a partial eye-ring, it might have been overlooked as a stray to Florida in the past.
Family Tyrant Flycatchers
Common in the Bahamas and Cuba, this rather drab flycatcher was first found in our area in 1995, when a single bird appeared in Florida. Looking somewhat like an Empidonax flycatcher with only a partial eye-ring, it might have been overlooked as a stray to Florida in the past.

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Descending “weeeeooooo”, a variety of “weet”-like notes, does not have “pee-a-wee” song of Eastern Wood-Pewee
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