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Tag Archives: Nutting’s Flycatcher
Chipping away: Early January birds
I admit it: it’s 15 days into the new year, and I’ve only made five trips to La Paz County. Meetings and deadlines have done plenty to keep me busy, and daily gusty winds have done their part to keep … Continue reading
Is Nutting’s Flycatcher actually two species?
Lauren Harter and I have been very busy with work lately and haven’t had the time to update the blog as much as we like (but we do have some interesting stuff that we will hopefully finish and post soon!). … Continue reading
Posted in Bill Williams, Identification, Species Profiles Tagged AOU, Costa Rica, flycatcher, Mexico, Nutting's Flycatcher, Taxonomy Leave a comment
Nutting’s Flycatcher Confirmed Breeding!
With only four previous records for the United States, Lauren Harter’s and my discovery of a Nutting’s Flycatcher in the Bill Williams River NWR in the winter of 2011-2012 was a shock, though there was a prior record (Sept 2008) … Continue reading
Posted in Bill Williams, LCRV, Mohave County, Vagrants Tagged LCRV, Mosquito Flats, Nutting's Flycatcher, Nutting's Flycatcher breeding 21 Comments
I spent this weekend birding with Barrett Pierce of Amarillo, TX, et al. searching for the Nutting’s Flycatcher, rails, Sage Sparrows, and generally enjoying our local birds and rarities. The flycatcher hadn’t been seen since February 1 or 3, and … Continue reading