Couch's Kingbird photographed at Bay City Birding Center, Matagorda County, TX
This Couch's Kingbird was photographed in the Bay City Birding Center.
This Great Kiskadee was photographed in Bentsen-Rio Grande State Park. Great Kiskadee are generally found in south Texas, however they have moved northward as far as the Katy Prairie where they are found in the winter months.
Great Kiskadee photographed in Bentsen-Rio Grande State Park
This Black Phoebe was busy catching bugs and not paying any attention to me. The photograph was taken on the Reeves Ranch in Uvalde County.
On a cold day in Brazos Bend State Park this Eastern Phoebe is fluffing up his feathers to stay warm.
This Eastern Phoebe was also photographed on the Reeves Ranch, Uvalde County.
Eastern Phoebe in Brazos Bend State Park
The Sissor-tailed Flycatcher is a common bird seen along the highways of Texas. It normally has a long "V" shaped tail. This juvenile does not have his long tail yet. He was photographed along Sharpe Road in the Katy Prairie.
This Vermillion Flycatcher (f) was photographed near Camp Wood, TX.
This Eastern Kingbird was photographed on the Attwater Prairie Chicken NWR.
Black Phoebe photographed in Uvalde County, TX
Great Kiskadee in the Dewind's yard, Salineno, TX.
This Vermillion Flycatcher was actively catching insects from perches next to the 40 Acre Lake trail in Brazos Bend State Park.
Say's Phoebe photographed in Davis Mountains State Park
Cassin's Kingbird photographed in Ft.Davis, TX.
This is the male Vermillion Flycatcher photographed in Big Bend National Park.
Great Crested Flycatcher photographed in the Edith L. Moore Sanctuary, Houston Audubon Society, Houston, TX
This Eastern Kingbird was dining on the flying insects at the McFaddin NWR. I photographed this bird and many others sitting in my truck with a 500mm Nikon f/4 lens and 12mm extension tube.
Sissor-tailed Flycatcher photographed on Hwy 87 between The Willows and McFaddin NWR.
Great Crested Flycatcher
Sissor-tailed Flycatcher, Katy Prairie
The Acadian, Willow, and Alder Flycatcher look so similar they were just called "Trail's Flycatcher" or Empids. They are distinguished by their call and song. This flycatcher was photographed at Russ Pitman Park, Bellaire, TX.