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    • KP3
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      KParker73
      Sorry the photo is not great.  Took this through a double-pane window and screen. Could this be a juvenile Great-Crested Flycatcher?  We spotted two adults, one carrying nesting material, earlier in the season.  Wondered if this could be a young one? Thanks for any help :)   _MG_7232-Edit-Edit
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    • Kunling
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      Cindy35
      Based on the photo, it might be a ash-throated flycatcher since it gets that whitish chest.
    • Dar
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      DaisyR
      flycatcher
    • Frankie
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      FrankieBird
      I think you are probably correct. It is definitely a flycatcher of some sort. Notice that the wings do not have markings of other flycatchers such as the Acadian, and it is brown rather than the olive of others. As you can see, there is a slight crest, which is a characteristic of a great crested. If you can tell me your approximate location and the habitat it was spotted in, I will give you a definite ID.
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