FOR THE BIRDS Doing well: Neotropical birds in the Willamette National Forest whose numbers have increased in recent years: Hammond's flycatcher, warbling vireo, Swainson's thrush, Wilson's warbler, common yellowthroat and Lincoln's sparrow Struggling: Neotropicals whose numbers have declined in recent years: Western flycatcher, dusky flycatcher, orange-crowned warbler and MacGillivray's warbler.
What does DUFL stand for?
DUFL stands for Dusky Flycatcher (bird species Empidonax oberholseri)
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Elsewhere in the Rockies the growing demand for aspen might be affecting a number of neotropical migrants that favor aspen groves - the warbling vireo, orange-crowned warbler, western wood pewee, and dusky flycatcher among them.