Eastern wood-pewee (Contopus virens)
This is a flycatcher well-known for looping out of exposed perches to catch flying insects. Trust me, he was in the right place for a hearty meal. (I know because I returned home having been bitten a few times.)
Here he's atop a tall dried weed on the edge of cattail swamp. He was quiet when I took this photo so I didn't hear him call the sound that gives him his name: "pee-ah-wee."
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