Blue-gray Gnatcatchers

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The energetic Blue-gray Gnatcatcher rarely slows down, zipping from branch to branch, bobbing it’s tail to flush up and chase small insects.

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Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in the shade

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Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in the sun

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This last one is a bit of a ‘change in scenery’ for a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher.

After I lucked out with the above two photos, the foraging pair shot up to a roof, looked around, then took off.

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Blue-gray Gnatcatchers on a Seminole chickee hut

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27 thoughts on “Blue-gray Gnatcatchers

    • Thank you, HJ! Florida thinks it’s cold too, lol, our highs are the low 70’s, people (not me!) are wearing coats. If it gets any colder here, they’ll be wearing gloves! πŸ˜‚ 🀣

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