SPOT­TED FLYCATCHER

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It is all about the flight with Spot­ted Fly­catch­ers. They don’t go in for fancy-dan plumage, but look amaz­ing when swoop­ing from a perch in a smooth arc, snap­ping a fly­ing in­sect, then grace­fully back to the same perch. Spot­ted Fly­catch­ers are birds of wood­land glades among tall trees (with room to swoop and catch in­sects), ma­ture gar­dens and even ceme­ter­ies. They are widely dis­trib­uted but in­creas­ingly scarce sum­mer vis­i­tors.

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