Tuesday, January 3, 2012

probable Nutting's Flycatcher video

**Scroll down two posts for AUDIO alluded to by TX-Birds and NARBA**

Often, it can be difficult to get a sense of shape and size in a still image. This bird is a small and (dare I say?) dainty Myiarchus species. I will rarely use these adjectives, particularly the latter, to describe an Ash-throated Flycatcher that so many of us are familiar with.

Again, the hour spent with the bird on 2 Jan. 2011 was a joy; fun to observe and momentarily live alongside.

In the end, here is a little charisma which it certainly has.

**Well, uploading the file destroyed the clarity at full-screen.** The direct file we have is clear.

1 comment:

  1. Yeah, Blogger killed the Quality Star. In my mind and in my car...

    Nevermind the above.

    Just know that in the least, that video which is clear and close exists.

    Several other videos exist that show the behavior of a further away individual.