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I have seen Phoebes throughout the winter, even with several inches of snow on the ground.
As long as they can find insects to eat (usually around open water in the winter) you may be able to find them.
 
Linda Frederick
Rolla, MO
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I am listening to a E. Phoebe today.  Kind of late?
 
Clare Wheeler
Lake Ozark, MO
Camden County
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