Taiga Flycatcher

Ficedula albicilla

A rare vagrant species that has been found in three distinct time periods during the spring and fall. The spring records are centered on June 1st, while fall records have been found during two time frames, the end of August, which is similar to several other Old World Flycatchers, while the other records come from mid-late September, which is the other period where Old World Flycatchers and many other Asian passerine species have been found.

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Photo by Doug Gochfeld
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