[Tweeters] Possible Hammond's Flycatcher in N Seattle

Steve Loitz steveloitz at gmail.com
Tue May 3 16:31:38 PDT 2022

Call sounds like that of a HAFL and unlike other Empidonax flycatchers one
would expect to see or hear in the area. (I do not hear a song.) It
possibly is a migrant, working its way to higher ground for the summer. (We
often see and hear HAFLs in montane habitat in the WA Cascades.)

Steve Loitz
Ellensburg, WA
steveloitz at gmail.com

On Tue, May 3, 2022 at 4:04 PM Doug Plummer <2doug at dougplummer.com> wrote:

> I followed a weird call at my house (Bryant neighborhood) to a calling

> flycatcher. I got photos and audio. Merlin called it a Hammonds. I'm not

> familiar enough to confirm.


> Here's a link to a video with the stills and the audio.


> https://vimeo.com/705934655


> Doug Plummer


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