Species, Date, Time and Location Information
6/23/2021 1:15:00 PM
6/23/2021 1:35:00 PM
Duration (total time in view):
Location Not Listed
It perched on several structures low and close to the river. On the north side there was a bush and a fallen small tree it perched on, and on the south side it flew onto the low branches of a live tree that were maybe 15" above the water level. All of these structures were within 50' of the bridge.
Canon 5D Mark iii with Tamron 150-600 lens
Description of the Bird
I was the finder of the bird. No calls were given. The bird was quite active, only perching briefly between trips flying out and catching insects and then perchign again. It perched on several different structures that were all low and at the river edge. All were within 50' of the bridge.
Similar Species Discussion
Eastern Phoebe but the black head, throat and vest indicated Black Phoebe.
We'd just seen and ID'd the Black Phoebe on the Del Norte Riverwalk two days earlier, so I used that experience and the Sibley app on my iPhone.
I have seen a Black Phoebe a couple times before in Pueblo, and the one I saw two days prior on the Del Norte Riverwalk.
Review of photos
Date Documentation Submitted
6/26/2021 5:41:00 PM
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