Saturday, November 27, 2010
I found this bird in Eureka Springs which is in Northwest Arkansas. It was among many other different birds flitting among a grove of about 8 trees. There were so many birds and they were so high that most of my shots from this area are record shots only. It was in the same area where I photographed the Eastern Kingbird.
This one may be an immature bird given the short length of its tail. However, this is hard to tell because of the angle of the shot. If the opportunity arises, I will return to this area and get a cabin in the woods that will serve as a point of eating and sleeping. The rest of the time, I will be out in search of all of the grand birds in the area.