Great Kiskadee

Great Kiskadee

Birdman
Named for its ringing "kis-ka-dee" calls, this bird seems to break the rules for the flycatcher family. Besides flying out to catch insects in the air, it also grabs lizards from tree trunks, eats many berries, and even plunges into ponds to catch small fish. Its bright pattern is unique in North America, but in the tropics there are several other fly catchers that look almost identical. The Great Kiskadee is found from Texas to Argentina and was introduced to Bermuda in the 1950's. #animal #bird #birdman #catcher #feather #fly #grande #great #kiskadee #lower #rio #south #texas #valley #wing
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