The Black Phoebe is a resident of the Santa Rita Mountains south of Tucson. This is a medium sized flycatcher, found not only in Arizona, but also in Northern California and the tropics.
This bird is mostly black, dressed somewhat like a penguin, with a white stomach. The outer tail feathers also have white. The legs, feet and beak are all black. The Black Phoebe prefers insects, but in areas where fishing is possible, they are known to snatch a fish or two.
The male of the species does the house hunting, hovering over a potential nesting site to seek the approval of the female. If she likes his choice, she will build the nest herself. These birds are very territorial, and will nest in the same area year after year.
Since the Black Phoebe prefers being near water, in the Santa Rita Mountains you would probably see this bird in Madera Canyon or other parts of the range where creeks run most of the year.
Reference: The Nature of Madera Canyon by Douglas W. Moore, Friends of Madera, 1999; whatbird.com