A Black Phoebe is a flycatcher found in Mexico, the southwest and California in the United States. They can be found in water areas. They catch and eat flying insects from the perch. While perching, they are usually fanning and bobbing their tails. Here is a Black Phoebe I saw recently at a duck pond.
Wetlands are important water areas which are sometimes created as water storage to prevent flooding in an area. The designated places become home to many birds, bugs, fish, and other wildlife. Here are some birds I saw recently at two area wetlands in northern Arizona. The American Wigeon and Great Blue Heron I spotted at… Read More MORE SPRING BIRDS
Black Phoebe’s are found predominately in Mexico, and the southwest and California in the United States. They are mostly black with a white belly and white on their wing-bars The immature birds have brownish cinnamon color on their wing-bars instead of the white. Black Phoebe’s can be found in areas that have water and are… Read More BLACK PHOEBE