National Geographic : 1950 Jul
) 0uatioilal to'glaplle ,omtlety 3U luliting UY \\after A. \\Ve)er Scissor-tailed and Vermilion Flycatchers Flash Their Colors in a Texas Mesquite Insect-eating flycatchers annually destroy millions of crop pests. Scissor-tail, like the kingbird of page 22, loves to harry hawks. His scarlet cousin is known to Mexicans as brasita de fuego (little coal of fire).