The Great Kiskadee Is A Different Kind Of Flycatcher

The Great Kiskadee Is A Different Kind Of Flycatcher

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Great Kiskadee

A member of the flycatcher family, quite large and unmistakable in the USA. When they call its a vey loud piercing kia-ka-dee song… Not your normal flycatcher, this bird not only will fly out into the air to catch insects, they will grab lizards, eat berries and even catch small fish for a meal!!! They can be found from Texas, USA all the way south to Argentina and in Bermuda where they were introduced in the 1950s.

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