Did you know that great-crested flycatchers do not hop or walk?
Great-crested flycatchers are gray with yellow bellies and rusty stripes down the middles and tails.
Least Concern - Population Stable
Cemeteries, forest edges and clearings, open forests, orchards, pastures, parks, swamps, and wetlands
Great-crested flycatchers build nests in cavities out of bark, cellophane, cloth, eggshells, feathers, fur, grass, leaves, moss, onion skin, paper, shells, snakeskin, stems, and twigs.
Insects, berries, and spiders
Great-crested flycatchers catch insects from the air.
Brown-Crested Flycatchers, Eastern Phoebes, and Eastern Wood-Pewees
Great-crested flycatchers are often confused with eastern phoebes because both have pale bellies.
Great-crested flycatchers are often confused with eastern wood-pewees because both are gray birds with lighter color bellies.