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.