Taken in Tucson, Az at Sweetwater Wetlands Jan 2010
Usually breeds in coniferous forests, they winter in a variety of wooded and brushy habitats. When foresting, oftern in groups with other small birds, it moves restlessly through vegetation with nervous flicks of its wings, frequently delivering its distinctive call.
This species regularly hover-gleans insects from the tips of branches. It is attracted to pishing and owl calls.
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