Back by popular demand. You all loved the Vermilion Flycatcher so much that I thought I'd give you more action shots of this really cool flycatcher! And lately I've been seeing them everywhere!
The Female Vermilion Flycatcher eating a dragonfly
I absolutely love these birds because they are curious creatures and seem to follow me around wherever I go.
This pic above represents how they "hawk" for bugs. It's easy. You sit at the end of a branch and eye up the clouds of bugs. Then get yourself something to eat. But remember to return back to the branch and enjoy your meal:)
The smallest or largest of bugs are targets. This poor dragonfly didn't have a chance.
Found around areas with water, which include many of our parks, Tucson is home to this beautiful little bird. So if you visit, keep your eyes open for these colorful numbers. Best times to spot them are early morning.