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Eastern Wood-Pewee
Contopus virens

Featured image credit: “Contopus virens / Pibí oriental / Eastern Wood-Pewee” by felixú is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

To hear songs, learn identification information, migratory patterns, and some fun facts, check out the Eastern Wood-Pewee page offered by one of my favorite resources: the Cornell Lab of Ornithology »

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