Breeding habitat varies considerably, but is closely associated with open or semi open areas, such as edges of deciduous, coniferous, and mixed woodlands, agricultural fields, parkland, river bottomlands, woods bordering lakes, bogs, and marshes. Breeds from sea level to at least 2,230 m elevation in B.C. (Campbell et al. 1990).
Campbell, R. W., N. K. Dawe, I. McTaggart-Cowan, J. M. Cooper, G. W. Kaiser, and M. C. E. McNall. 1990. The Birds of British Columbia. Vol. 1 and 2, Nonpasserines. UBC Press, Vancouver, B.C.