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The Scissortail, scientifically known as the "Scissor-tailed Flycatcher," is a striking bird native to North and Central America. Its most distinctive feature is its long, deeply forked tail, which resembles a pair of scissors, hence its name. With a slender body and predominantly gray plumage, the Scissortail exhibits vibrant salmon-pink flanks, making it an eye-catching species.


These birds are skilled aerial hunters, swooping through the air to catch flying insects with precision. They are often seen perched on fences and utility wires, where they can survey their surroundings for potential prey. The Scissortail is also known for its melodious and chattering calls, adding to its charm as a birdwatcher's favorite.