The eastern king bird diet is mainly insects and fruits.
Black and white. Black from beak to tail with white tail tips and white under the neck and belly.
Large head, medium sized bird. Short straight study bill with a square tipped tail.
Eastern Kingbirds can be found in many places. They are nested in grasslands, yards, fields, pastures, just about any place abundant in open fields along forest edges of water. It is a migratory species, the eastern kingbird flies south in the autumn to its wintering grounds in South America
Eastern King Birds are classified under the Tyrannus bird group. Tyrannus bird group is a genus of small birds of the Tyrant flycatcher family. Most are named king-birds.
astern king-birds breed from April to June. Females build nests of twigs, bark, and roots lined with softer material. Nests are built high in trees in open habitats. Females lay 2 to 5 cream colored eggs with reddish spots. Incubation is for 14 to 17 days and young can fly 16 to 17 days after hatching. Eastern king-birds can breed in their first year after hatching.
Breeding Season: April to June
Breeding Occurrence: Once Per Year
Total Eggs Laid: 2-5