Yellow-bellied Flycatcher (Empidonax flaviventris)
- HABITAT - Yellow-bellied Flycatcher prefers deep shade. It spends the summer in spruce bogs and other damp northern forests, where it places its nest on the ground in sphagnum moss or among tree roots.
- DIET - Yellow-bellied Flycatcher feeds on a variety of small insects, both flying types and those taken from foliage. Also eats many spiders, and eats small numbers of berries and sometimes seeds.
- FACTS - Yellow-bellied Flycatcher don’t stay long on its breeding grounds, arriving in breeding range very late in spring and leaving breeding grounds by mid- to late August.