Bird of the Day: Female Vermilion Flycatcher May 29, 2020

I’ve been outside so much during this Shelter in Place period that I’ve been seeing lots of birds. I think Granny’s Bird of the Day prompt has ended so I’m just going to do my own private bird of the day for awhile. If anyone else wants to do so and link to it, just do so in comments. My friend Paul Hart, an avid birdwatcher and genius photographer, identified this for me.

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12 thoughts on “Bird of the Day: Female Vermilion Flycatcher May 29, 2020

  1. Grace

    It’s not a robin. I hope someone identifies it, because I am very curious..definitely in thrush family tho…

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  2. Marilyn Armstrong

    It may well be your version of a Robin. The English Robin is slightly different than the North American Robin and yours may be yet another. The colors are pretty consistent throughout. Do they lay blue eggs? That’s probably the “tip-off.”

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