Narcissus Flycatcher (Ficedula narcissina) native to East Asia, through Japan to China -

Narcissus Flycatcher (Ficedula narcissina) native to East Asia, through Japan to China

The European Pied Flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca) is a small passerine bird in the Old World flycatcher family, one of the four species of Western Palearctic black-and-white flycatchers. It breeds in most of Europe and western Asia. It is migratory, wintering mainly in western Africa.

The European Pied Flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca) is a small passerine bird in…

The Mugimaki Flycatcher (Ficedula mugimaki) is a small passerine bird of eastern Asia belonging to the genus Ficedula in the Old World flycatcher family, Muscicapidae. The bird is also known as the Robin Flycatcher. It breeds in eastern Siberia and north-east China. Migrating birds pass through eastern China, Korea and Japan in spring and autumn. The species winters in Southeast Asia, reaching western Indonesia and the Philippines.

The Mugimaki Flycatcher (Ficedula mugimaki) is a small passerine bird of eastern…

Great Crested Flycatcher   -    by Michaela Sagatova

Great Crested Flycatcher ( by Michaela Sagatova) I was so happy to see two great crested flycatchers in my back yard today It's been several years since I spotted my first one!

Black-and-orange flycatcher, India. By Subramanian Chockalingam

Black-and-orange flycatcher, India. By Subramanian Chockalingam

The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, Tyrannus forficatus, aka the Texas bird-of-paradise - saw many on the King Ranch, Texas

Male European Pied Flycatcher: one of four species of Western Palearctic black-and-white flycatchers. It breeds in most of Europe and western Asia. It is migratory, wintering mainly in western Africa

Male European Pied Flycatcher: one of four species of Western Palearctic black-and-white flycatchers. It breeds in most of Europe and western Asia. It is migratory, wintering mainly in western Africa

Blue and yellow tanager • photo: Douglas Janson on Pbase|♡DM

The Blue-and-yellow Tanager (Pipraeidea bonariensis darwinii) is found in South America

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