Don’t sounds such as chirping birds make a place more charming? This morning while swimming laps in our backyard pool, I heard a running series of shrill chirps and identified the white bellied black Phoebe. These dapper flycatchers sit in low perches of the Bougainvillea to scan for insects. Phoebes used mud a cup-shaped nest in the portico overhand. They love a close by water source and take a bath between the pool and the hot tub. You’ll see them on salt-sprayed rocks of the Pacific Ocean.