Blue Gray Gnatcatcher Animal Pictures

Polioptila caerulea

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea) perched on a branch. The bird has a cap of deep blue feathers on its head.

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea) perched on a branch. The bird has a cap of deep blue feathers on its head.
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Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (Polioptila caerulea) perched on a branch. The bird has a cap of deep blue feathers on its head.

Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher sitting on a silver buttonwood tree. Blue-gray gnatcatchers have a long, thin, pointed beak. Its beak design allows it to pluck an insect out of the air.

Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher sitting on a silver buttonwood tree. Blue-gray gnatcatchers have a long, thin, pointed beak. Its beak design allows it to pluck an insect out of the air.
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Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher sitting on a silver buttonwood tree. Blue-gray gnatcatchers have a long, thin, pointed beak. Its beak design allows it to pluck an insect out of the air.

A close up of a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. Its long tailfeathers contain both black and white feathers.

A close up of a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. Its long tailfeathers contain both black and white feathers.
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A close up of a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. Its long tailfeathers contain both black and white feathers.

The length of a Blue-gray gnatcatcher is four to five inches, and its height is three to four inches.

The length of a Blue-gray gnatcatcher is four to five inches, and its height is three to four inches.
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The length of a Blue-gray gnatcatcher is four to five inches, and its height is three to four inches.