Friday, June 15, 2007

Western Wood-Pewee on nest

On the eastern slope of the Cascades last weekend I noticed a Western Wood-Pewee snatching insects out of the air in a Ponderosa pine forest not far from a creek lined with aspen and willow trees. It soon revealed the location of its nest by flying directly to it, and I wondered again, as I have many times, how Pewees can nest successfully without making more of an effort to hide the nest from the eyes of potential predators.


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