Olive-sided Flycatcher Photo Gallery
What does the Olive-sided Flycatcher look like?
Olive-sided Flycatchers are large stout songbirds. They have large gray crested heads and short gray tails. Their chests have a white center stripe with gray flanks. Juveniles are more brownish, but still look similar to adults.
Olive-sided Flycatcher Habitat
Olive-sided Flycatcher Facts
Olive-sided Flycatchers are large songbirds of the wests evergreen forests. Their song is a whistled "quick-three beers." Their call is a rapid "pip pip pip." They primarily eats insects they glean out of the air. Their numbers are declining and they are currently listed as near threatened.