Cuban Pewee

Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, and heavily degraded former forest.

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The Cuban Pewee is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Cuban Pewee: Makes a long, thin whistle. In Cuba, the song is a high-pitched, weak, squeaky whistle consisting of two phrases, usually given sequentially, "eeah, oweeeah." In the Bahamas, the song is similar, but has a third "dee-dee" phrase. Similar Species Cuban Pewee: La Sagra's Flycatcher is larger, lacks white eye crescent, and has red-brown edged tail feathers. . More

Cuban Pewee: Resident of northern Bahamas and Cuba; inhabits pine forests, woods, forest edges, tree plantations, brushy scrub, swamp edges, and mangroves. Voice Text "eeah, oweeeah, dee-dee" Interesting Facts * The Cuban Pewee has the useful habit (for a photographer) of sallying to catch insects on the wing and then often returning to the same perch. More

Cuban Pewee, Cuba, Soroa February 2006 © Colin Bushell - TOUCAN BIRDING TOURS Toucan Birding Tours in Cuba Cuban Pewee - Cuban Pewee, Bahamas, Nassau 24/1/06 © alan lewis Widespread and fairly common throughout the Bahamas Cuban Pewee - Cuban Pewee, Cuba, Zapata Peninsula 27.03. More

very obliging Cuban Pewee were seen. Cuban Pewee Another much better marked Louisiana Waterthrush gave us some exceptionally close views, after which we took a walk back through the rain to the hotel. Just a couple of us had a short walk around the gardens and managed to find a couple of Greater Antillean Orioles. We then returned to our rooms. More

ID Frontiers discussions on Cuban Pewees, but have been unable to definitely figure the bird out. I gather there is a lot of island-by-island variation. I've put 7 photos on the web at / Any insight members of this list have would be appreciated. - John H. Boyd III, Dept. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Tyrannidae
Genus : Contopus
Species : caribaeus
Authority : (D'Orbigny, 1839)