Pacific-slope Flycatcher

The Pacific-slope Flycatcher is yellowish underneath, with the yellow extending up to the throat. It has a broad bill, and its lower mandible is yellow. The white eye-ring extends to the back in a teardrop shape. The juvenile has two buffy wing-bars that change to white as it matures. These features are distinctive, as is its voice, making separation from other Empidonax species in its range relatively easy.