Olive-sided Flycatcher -
- Small songbird
- Dark back, head, and tail
- White underneath with dark "vest"
- Stout, large for a flycatcher
- Stout beak
- 7" (18 cm.)
- Boreal forest
- Conifer swamp for nesting
- Forests and forest edges during migration
- Uncommon migrant
- Wisconsin species of special concern
- Often found perched at the very top of
a tree, foraging for flying insects
- Song a three-noted whistle:
"quick, three beers!"