I was lucky to catch a shot of this little Blue-gray Gnatcatcher as he flitted non-stop from branch to branch overhead, searching for tiny flying insects. Curiously, despite their name, ‘gnats do not form a significant part of the Blue-gray Gnatcatcher’s diet’. (All About Birds)!
Although they are more abundant during our south Florida winters, these busy birds can be found all year round here. Their tell-tale call (variously described as wheezy, whiny, and sort of a nasal pzzz!) gives away their location, but they are always on the move.
For more info about these diminutive birds, also check out: Audubon.