|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|6.25" 15.9cm||10" 25.4cm||0.5 oz 14g||Tyrannidae||Contopus virens|
The Eastern Wood-Pewee is another one of those birds that are often overlooked. This is because they make their home and habitat in the forest, where they are most times, concealed by the tree foliage. This grey-coloured pewee is a member of the flycatcher family. During the winter months they migrate into the tropical countries. A good time to observe these birds is during their spring and fall migration. It has been seen as a vagrant in Cuba.