Flycatchers
Common Name Habitat Breeds
at Coe
J F M A M J J A S O N D pictures Wiki sounds
Olive-sided Flycatcher P ?       2 2 2 2           4 128K    
Western Wood-pewee G P W yes       2 2 2 2 2         4      
Willow Flycatcher R   (accidental) 4 49K 239K  
Hammond's Flycatcher R         1                 4 51K    
Pacific-slope Flycatcher R W yes     2 2 2 2 2           4      
Black Phoebe L R S yes 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 77K 118K  
Say's Phoebe G   1 1 1           1       4 65K 146K  
Ash-throated Flycatcher G W yes       2 2 2 2             4 50K 50K 42K
Western Kingbird G yes     2 2 2 2 2           4      
 

Bird Sightings

4     more common



    less common
3
2
1

Bird Habitat

A   Aerial
C   Chaparral (manzanita scrub, chamise, ceanothus, etc.)
E   Escarpment (cliff faces, rock piles, and outcroppings)
G   Grasslands and oak/grassland savannah
L   Lakes and stock ponds (including vegetated margins)
P   Ponderosa pine woodlands
R   Riparian (streamsides; willow, sycamore, maple)
S   Structures (ranch buildings, barns, etc.)
W   Woodland (except ponderosa pine stands)

 

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