The Olive-sided Flycatcher, known for its yellow vest and its "quick, three beers!"
song, is usually seen at the top of a tall tree. The one shown above and below,
seen in the Madison Valley just west of Yellowstone Park in Montana, was the
only one I've been able to photograph at anything near eye level.
The bird shown above and below was in the usual position for the species, high
overhead. The view above was the usual one, with the bird perched; below it has its
tail fanned and its wings raising, preparing to take flight.