|Photo Courtesy of Tom Grey|
- Plumage variable; dusky gray-brown above, olive-gray on breast and sides. Two narrow white wing-bands. 6-6½”
- A harsh, slightly descending peeer and clear whistles pee-yer.
- Mainly flying insects.
- 3-4 creamy white, spotted eggs in a tightly built cup nest, usually on a horizontal branch, at least 20′ above the ground.
- Coniferous, deciduous or mixed woods near water.
- Throughout the west.