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Texas Bird Family

Texas, USA


Is this a female Vermilion Flycatcher?
It was gray with a brownish head, it had a faint stripe through the eye, it had faint wing markings, its beak was black and small, and its belly was orangish with brown streaks.



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Species: Vermilion Flycatcher

Female Vermilion Flycatcher?

9 responses to “Female Vermilion Flycatcher?”

  1. They do not live in your area,They live at the very bottom of Texas.

  2. Texas Bird Family says:

    But they are on eBird! eBird only has birds that are common in my area.

  3. Ava says:

    I don’t think it was. Vermilion Flycatchers are small and compact, this bird is tall and has long legs.

  4. Texas Bird Family says:

    It was small and round, not tall.

  5. Micah Grove says:

    Some sort of thrush, to me the shape looks perfect for Northern Mockingbird

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