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Wood pewee

Wood pewee, or Eastern pewee, woodland bird belonging to the flycatcher family. It lives in southern Canada and the eastern United States in the summer and migrates to Central America for the winter. It is a small, gray-brown bird with white bars on its wings. Its name is a reference to its distinctive song, which it sings at dawn and at dusk. The pewee feeds on insects that are known to destroy plants and crops.

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