Great Crested Flycatcher
Nest Box Plans
Flycatchers inhabit mature deciduous and mixed
deciduous-coniferous forests, preferring to nest
in the clearings and edges of wooded areas,
orchards, parks, swamps, and cultivated areas
scattered with trees. Often competing with
European Starlings for nest sites, Great Crested
Flycatchers nest in deep, natural tree cavities,
deserted woodpecker holes, and nest boxes.
Visit Shaw Creek
Bird Supply to see our Great
Crested Flycatcher House.
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