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Tyrannus dominicensis dominicensis. Case 7, Fig. 7
Resembles the Kingbird but is lighter gray, and the tail lacks the conspicuous white tip.
Range. West Indies, nesting north through Florida to southeastern South Carolina; winters to South America; reaches Florida early in May.
A not uncommon summer resident in parts of Florida and the coastal region of Georgia and South Carolina, with the general habits and appearance of our Kingbird, but with a quite different call which suggests the words pitrri-pitrri. It nests in May, laying four salmon-colored eggs, marked with dark brown and lilac.
Direct and hovering.
Calls or song.
peCHEER-ry and trii-ill-ill-it
Population and distribution.
The Gray Kingbird nests in trees and shrubs and lays 3-5 pale pink eggs in May.