Non-breeding Blue-gray Gnatcatcher on Antelope Island. They
are easy to
spot with their obvious eye-ring
and black tail edged with white.
have an unmistakable buzzing call. © Carol Davis,
This male gnatcatcher near Lytle Ranch shows the eyebrow mark
more typical of the breeding plumage. © Carol Davis,
This photo was taken on the road to Lytle Ranch. I pished this
one in and he was very
persistent in finding the intruder. If you're ever in trouble, you can
count on the
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher tobe one of the first birds to your rescue.
© Carol Davis, 4-25-07
I pushed up the gamma on this photo to show the
on this feisty little male Blue-gray Gnatcatcher we found on the
Arizona Strip not far from St. George. I haven't found one quite
like it in all my web browsing. Gives him kind of a French look...
© Carol Davis, 4-26-07
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