At A Glance
The locations in the badges are the biomes where we’ve met them (and where we think you’ll be most likely to come across them). That doesn’t mean they don’t hang out in other places.
Species of Flycatchers in North Louisiana
Species in North Louisiana All Year
By The Numbers
Learn more about flycatchers in North Louisiana.
Species in North Louisiana in Fall
Species in North Louisiana in Winter
Species in North Louisiana in Spring
Species in North Louisiana in Summer
You'll find great-crested flycatchers in North Louisiana during the spring, summer, and early fall. They like to hang out on branches and chase bugs through the skies.
Eastern wood-pewees hang out in wooded areas near water and in yards for most of the year. You'll see more of these flycatchers from mid-spring through mid-fall, probably as it hangs out on a branch.
You'll find a few of these little birds wandering around North Louisiana during the winter and early spring, perched on branches or chasing bugs through the sky.
Eastern phoebes are some of the most common birds in North Louisiana. You'll find these little flycatchers in wooded areas near wetlands year round, but you'll find the most eastern phoebes during the winter.
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