Photo Credits: Becky Matsubara

Photo Credits: Becky Matsubara

Olive-sided Flycatcher (Contopus cooperi)

STATUS: Native, Migratory, Near-threatened

DESCRIPTION: They are 7.1-7.9 in. tall and weigh 1.1-1.3 oz.

HABITAT: Olive-sided Flycatchers live in coniferous forests and their edges.

DIET: Their diet consists of flying insects.

NOTES: Olive-sided Flycatchers sing “quick-THREE-BEERS” and their call is “pip-pip-pip.” They are protected on the US Migratory Bird list.

FREQUENCY: Uncommon