The flycatcher is not just one bird. It comprises numerous birds, which can be divided roughly into two warring factions – those who follow the monarch flycatcher and those who follow the tyrant flycatcher – as well as the third party silky-flycatchers and legendary fairy flycatchers.
It can catch the fly.
The fairy flycatchers are said to grant wishes to the pure of heart, given sufficient audience applause and “fairy dust.”
Number of legs
Two, plus wings.
Notable followers of the Monarch
The disciples of the monarch flycatcher mostly have names which seem to have been made up on the spot shortly before a hard deadline. They include:
African Blue Flycatcher
Little Yellow Flycatcher
Cerulean Paradise Flycatcher
Notable followers of the Tyrant
The adherents of the tyrant flycatcher’s ideology have generally more fearsome titles. They include:
Black-capped Pygmy Tyrant
Drab Water Tyrant
Many-colored Rush Tyrant
Northern Beardless Tyrannulet
Eastern Wood Pewee
What if it fought a bear?
The bear has no respect for the flycatcher’s hierarchy.
Is it noble?
The most offensive flycatcher of all.
The first bird to appear shirtless on the cover of Flex Magazine.
This mysterious stranger never removes its mask. Can it be trusted?
If you thought the fairy flycatchers loved PCP, wait until you see this one.
The most delicious flycatcher.
The least delicious flycatcher.
This flycatcher isn’t in it for your war.
You think it’s all hype? You think this flycatcher isn’t flammulated? Think again, bub.
Its streamer tail makes it the most festive of all flycatchers.
Its scissor tail is a powerful weapon against all but the rock-tailed flycatcher.
Its spoon-shaped tail is a persistent source of disappointment for its parents.