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Western Kingbird

Tyrannus verticalis

Description:

Western Kingbirds live in open habitats, where they perch on utility lines, fences, and trees. They prefer valleys and lowlands, including grasslands, deserts, sagebrush, agricultural fields, and open woodlands. They are typically found below about 7,000 feet in elevation. (Cornell)

Habitat:

Agricultural grasslands

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ChristyHolland
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ChristyHolland

Brighton, Colorado, USA

Spotted on Jul 12, 2014
Submitted on Jul 24, 2014

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