The wood pewee's nest is a frail, shallow excuse for a nest, resting securely on a horizontal limb of some well-grown tree.
Their three or four eggs cannot be distinguished from those of the eastern wood pewee.
Muscicapa virens (wood pewee), Moosehead, and I think beyond.
It is only the oriole and the wood pewee that, as a rule, go higher than this.
In his notes, the yellow-belly may be said to take after both the least flycatcher and the wood pewee.
"You haven't given us any table for the wood pewee," said Dodo, who always took great pleasure in writing in her little book.
Dr. Fisher says that one of its notes quite closely resembles that of the wood pewee.
The plaint of the wood pewee, pensive and like a human sigh, is far from pessimistic, although in a minor key.
Paddling near the shore, we frequently heard the pe-pe of the olive-sided flycatcher, also the wood pewee and the kingfisher.
The wood pewee builds a neat, compact socket-shaped nest of moss and lichens on a horizontal branch.