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Wildlife: Black Phoebe in the Garden

We often have Black Phoebes in our garden this time of year. They have a characteristic behavior, that of dipping their tail up and down when they are on the ground, or a fence or a roof. They are a gentle and very beautiful bird.

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Often they will land on the rain gutter near the kitchen window and the hummingbird feeder. The contrast of the black wings and upper parts with the gray underparts makes for a very beautiful bird. They eat insects.

By Bob35

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November 30, 20110 found this helpful

Sweet looking bird. It really does make a difference when you click on the photo and enlarge it. Nice shot.

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