Friday, November 28, 2014

Friday's Foto

The Cassin's Kingbird in not typically found in New York State, in fact, the above individual at Floyd Bennett Field was only the state's 2nd record. This tyrant flycatcher breeds in southern California and from Montana south to southern Utah and Southwest. They winter in southern California and Mexico. Like other kingbirds, they are known to aggressively mob hawks and owls.

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