Black Phoebe

Minutes ago! No doubt this sweet black phoebe is looking for insects in my backyard garden! Black phoebes are “regulars” among the birds that visit my garden.

Check out the white belly! It has not been easy to snap a photo of this flycatcher since it often seems to be ready to fly off to another location just as I am scrambling for my camera. I  rarely see them on the ground.

I most often see black phoebes perched on the telephone wire above my house or on one of my walls, bobbing their tails.

It is happy news that my garden provides insects, seeds, and nectar to birds that seek sustenance!

 

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