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Well?

Well?

Vermillion Flycatcher (female) sitting on PVC post at the park.
Is it safe here?

Is it safe here?

Vermillion Flycatcher (female) sitting on sign at the park.
A thorny sitting

A thorny sitting

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) sitting on cactus branch.
Checking the people

Checking the people

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) sitting on post watching the children play.
Singing in the sun

Singing in the sun

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) singing.
Checking the flaps

Checking the flaps

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) getting ready to fly off.
In the shade

In the shade

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) sitting in a tree above the park playground.
Guarding the fallen

Guarding the fallen

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) in a tree above the resting place of the military in the local cemetery.
Ohh, a female

Ohh, a female

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) catching sight of a female.
Does this hair cut make be look fat?

Does this hair cut make be look fat?

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) with his feathers all puffed up.
Darn he's back

Darn he's back

Vermillion Flycatcher (female) kept flying away from the male but he kept following.
Hiding in the trees

Hiding in the trees

Vermillion Flycatcher (female) sitting in the tree branches resting.
Incoming

Incoming

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) diving from the branches of an evergreen tree.
Ok, now what

Ok, now what

Vermillion Flycatcher (male) sitting on a sign at the park.
  • Well?
  • Is it safe here?
  • A thorny sitting
  • Checking the people
  • Singing in the sun
  • Checking the flaps
  • In the shade
  • Guarding the fallen
  • Ohh, a female
  • Does this hair cut make be look fat?
  • Darn he's back
  • Hiding in the trees
  • Incoming
  • Ok, now what

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Vermillion Flycatchers in AZ

by Art Wild Photos

The beautiful Vermillion Flycatchers are easy to spot with their brilliant red colors. However sometimes they are hard to catch on camera. During the spring when they are chasing each other it seem much easier to capture their beauty.

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I've been photographing as long as I can remember. Living in the west, I slowly moved towards wildlife and nature. I love catching them in movement or stop action. Lately Hummingbirds are my choice of work.