Sep 14 2014 104 St Boundary Bay Delta B.C.When the news of an Ash-throated Flycatcher at 104 St in Delta surfaced I decided to go down and have a look. Myself, the novice and two really experienced birders scanned every bush without much success. Finally after an hour or so the bird flew from a small fir tree onto a dead branch. It spent several minutes dispatching a darner, eventually maneuvering it head first down its gullet.
|Ash-throated Flycatcher (Myiarchus cinerascens)|
|I like this image because of the clean background. The head looking back into the frame tells us that the bird is on the lookout for food or perhaps wary of a predator.|
What a way to spend a Sunday morning! Our never ending summer has brought all kinds of birding surprises to our doorstep and for me and many other another "Lifer" to enjoy.
"It's never too late to start birding"
Beautiful series John! Love the shot of him catching the dragonfly. I am so happy we got to see this gorgeous creature!ReplyDelete