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Olive-sided Flycatcher
(Contopus cooperi)

Olive-sided Flycatcher
©Martha Marks|Dreamstime
 
Olive-sided Flycatcher Information

Length:  7.5"

Breeding Habitat:  Nests most often in northern and mountainous forests. Prefers forest edges, forest openings, or open woodlands. Also found along wooded edges of ponds and lakes, as well as bogs and streams.

Diet:  Almost entirely flying insects such as wasps, bees, and winged ants. Also grasshoppers, beetles, and dragonflies.
 
Identification tips for Olive-sided Flycatcher
 
Song and calls of Olive-sided Flycatcher
 
Range Map:
 
           Olive-sided Flycatcher Breeding Map USGS                                                
     
    Breeding Map    
 
Olive-sided Flycatcher
 
Olive-sided Flycatcher
Photo © Mike Danzenbaker
     



 

     

 

 


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