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May 19, 2013 21:44 |  #1

took this photo today at tualatin wildlife refuge!

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May 19, 2013 21:50 |  #2

looks like an eastern phoebe to me


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May 19, 2013 21:50 |  #3

nice shots by the way :)


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May 19, 2013 22:43 as a reply to  @ itzmered's post |  #4

Could it possibly be a Western Wood-Pewee?


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May 20, 2013 00:39 |  #5

I got the same cute little bird, another member pointed me at a Black Phoebe, after some research i believe this correct, not sure is there's a difference withe Eastern Phoebe or not, my sample...

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May 20, 2013 13:19 |  #6

This can be narrowed down to to either a Western Wood-Pewee or Eastern Wood-Pewee and they cannot be safely distinguished from one another by plumage alone. So the main deciding factor is the song and/or geographic location of the bird. Considering you probably don't remember the song of the bird, I'm going to use geographic location and recognize this bird as a Western Wood-Pewee considering the wildlife refuge is in Oregon. The only other viable option is a Olive-sided Flycatcher, but this bird's chest "vest" is not as prominent as it should be to ID it as such.

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May 20, 2013 13:38 as a reply to  @ Birdwatcher86's post |  #7

I have some picture of his back and i will post it later after Work. Thanks though. Im thinking western wood-pewee as well. Its all look similar. Black phoebe and eastern phoebe


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May 20, 2013 22:55 as a reply to  @ Oregun's post |  #8

i talk to a local birders today at tualatin wildlife refuge who is the volunteer and i show him the picture. He told me that this lil bird are western wood-pewee.

thank you very much
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May 21, 2013 15:37 |  #9

Thought so, Good to know they agreed! thanks for sharing your photo.

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