Avian Royalty: Eastern Kingbird

I hadn’t encountered this flycatcher (or any flycatcher, for that matter) before 2015, and now they seem to be everywhere we go! Seen at the start of our early evening visit to the Boundary Bay Wildlife Management Area was this bold Eastern Kingbird, perched on a boulder near the 72nd Street access road. These dapper birds visit the Pacific West Coast during the spring and summer months, and like to perch in trees and logsΒ in plain sight.

Eastern Kingbird on a Stump

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