|Blue-grey Gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea)
|Soplillar, Zapata Swamp, Cuba
The Blue-grey Gnatcatcher is distributed from south-east Canada through the USA to Central America with some birds wintering in the West Indies. It is found in forest and gardens where it feeds on small insects.
|It is a small bird, blue-grey above and whitish below with a very long black and white tail and a whitish eye-ring. It is very active and difficult to photograph.|