Young Gnatcatcher - click to enlarge

Young Gnatcatchers

By default I’ll identify them as a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. It’s a little tricky here based on their lack of color.

Young Gnatcatcher - click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher – click to enlarge

One of the following photographs clearly shows black tail feathers. Which could be a Black-tailed Gnatcatcher. That also means they are lost and far from home.

Young Gnatcatcher - click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher – click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher - click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher – click to enlarge

To me it’s not really all that important, interesting birds for a photograph.

Young Gnatcatcher - click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher – click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher - click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher – click to enlarge

Real ‘bird watchers’ can talk these points to death, or until my eyes glaze over.

Young Gnatcatcher - click to enlarge
Young Gnatcatcher – click to enlarge

The above is the other side…the ‘people’ watcher.

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