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Olive-sided Flycatcher at PAWS Wildlife CenterThis Olive-sided Flycatcher was brought to PAWS on July 9. Not yet old enough to fly at the time, he had been found sitting on the ground with his feathers puffed up and his eyes closed in a mild state of shock. With his parents nowhere to be seen, a kind person brought him to PAWS.

He has thrived in our care and is now practicing his flying skills in an outside aviary.


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