As a bird-watcher myself it's only natural that any kind of bird would deserve my attention, even those less coloured ones, like this Swainson's Flycatcher (Myiarchus swainsoni). A passerine species from the Tyrannidae family these birds are found in some South American countries. Like most Passeriformes this is a very active bird that uses outward hover-gleaning to capture flying insects, its favorite prey. No matter how "brownish" it may look at first sight, if spotted under good illumination and frontal perspective some interesting plumage details comes out, proving Nature will reveal its charms and colours for devoted eyes.
Photographer: Kleber de Burgos
Image ID: KBurgos_Myiarchus_low
Gallery: Image of the Week