Vermilion Flycatcher ~ 1st Winter Male by Kimberly Chadwick

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Tucson, Arizona
Canon PowerShot SX40 HS

Received Honorable Mention in the 2013 Arizona Game and Fish calendar contest

Vermillion Flycatcher

Generally seen alone or paired, perches on a low branch to scan for prey. Spotting it, then darting after the flying insects, catching them on the wing. Will also pounce on prey seen on the ground from a low perch. Like a Phoebe, pumps and spreads its tail continuously while perched.

Found near sources of water in arid and semiarid regions. Man-made irrigation zones,small wooded ponds,streamside bushes,etc. Females build a nest of sticks,grass,weeds, and feathers in the fork of a tree.

The male, as seen here, is somewhat similar to the Scarlet Tanager due to the striking red plumage. Difference?

You don’t see Scarlet Tanagers where you see Vermilions. The scarlet tanager does not have the mask across his face here as opposed to the vermillon flycatcher. The scarlet tanager is a larger bird. You wouldn’t necessarily
find them in North America in the same area, howeverin their migratory route you will find them in the same area in South America where the tanager winters in the area where the flycatcher lives.

VOICE Song a rolling pi-pi-pi-piprrrrt!, rising then falling; repeated with mechanical regularity, often during slow, butterfly-like display. CALL a
sharp, high pseep

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  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 3 years ago

    Lovely capture Kimberly !

  • He was such a, thank you Trish!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 3 years ago

    So nice and fluffy Kimberly, well documented…love her call

  • Thank you Larry, he was my lil movie star!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 3 years ago

    January 2, 2012

  • Really?! That is awesome, thank you so much!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • Barb Miller
    Barb Millerabout 3 years ago

    This is just so beautiful Kimberly. Heather, I love the detail.

    Featured February 18, 2012

  • Thank you so very much. that means a lot to me. I appreciate the recognition!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • lcretyi
    lcretyiabout 3 years ago

    What a fabulous capture and beautiful bird

  • Thank you Laura so very much!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • Nicole W.
    Nicole W.over 2 years ago
  • Thank you so very much for the recognition! I am honored~

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • Maisie Sinclair
    Maisie Sinclairover 2 years ago

    This is fantastic!

  • Thank you Maisie for stopping by :)

    – Kimberly Chadwick

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