Known for the distinctive "puh-wee" call, the Eastern Wood-Pewee is a very common breeding bird in forests throughout eastern North America.
They are also very persistent, seeming to sing constantly throughout the day and sometimes continuing long after sunset until it's truly dark out.
This soundscape features a nearby flowing creek within a ravine of a small patch of old growth forest. It captures a more lively early morning pewee song transitioning into the simpler and more relaxed song heard throughout the day.
Recorded on June 16, 2019 at McMaster Forest in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Audio editing by Rob Porter.
For more information, see http://hamiltonnature.org/songscapes