Says Pheobe

Out in the grass as the sunlight started to fade a Says Phoebe enjoys their perch.


All About Birds says “these open-country birds have cinnamon-washed underparts and a rather gentle expression. They sally from low perches to snatch insects in midair or pounce on them on the ground. Say’s Phoebes often pump their tails while perched on a wire, fence post, or low bush. They breed farther north than any other flycatcher and are seemingly limited only by the lack of nest sites.”

It is always a treat to see a Says Phoebe.

18 thoughts on “Says Pheobe

  1. It really is always a treat to see the Says Phoebe. They’re aerial feats of catching insects, and that divine peach color, quiet and efficient hunters. Terrific photo, Mike.

    1. Thanks and thanks for taking the time to leave us some feedback. glad we could introduce you to one you our fellow inhabitants on this wonderful planet and hope you get a chance to see one in person some day.

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