|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|6.25" 15.8cm||10.5" 26.7cm||0.45oz 12.8g||Tyrannidae||Contopus sordidulus|
The Western Wood-Pewee is a separate species from the Eastern Wood-Pewee and a member of the flycatcher family. This bird is a forest dweller and spends its day nesting and feeding among the conifers. It is always better to look for a combination of conifers and water to have the opportunity to find and see these pewees. This peewee has been reported seen as a very rare visitor to Cuba.