This video from the USA says about itself:
22 July 2015
Unmistakeable in almost any plumage, the Scissor-tailed Flycatcher immediately draws eyes to its dramatically elongated tail feathers. This species typically perches in the open, often on barbed wire fences, and has a limited breeding range in praires and pastures of the south-central U.S. Their pale silver-gray plumage is accented by salmon-pink patches on the flanks and underwings.
Flycatchers can be astonishingly distinctive or frustratingly plain, and many species are so similar that even experienced birders can be perplexed by their identifications. The right flycatcher identification tips, however, can help birders feel more confident about properly identifying every flycatcher they see: here.