Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. Their habitat includes open deciduous woods and shrublands in southern Ontario, the eastern and southwestern United States, and Mexico. Wikipedia.
(via Rob McKenzie :: Photographer :: Blue-grey Gnatcatcher picture on VisualizeUs)
Polioptila caerulea - Blue-gray Gnatcatcher -- Sighted: 5/9/2013, Stewart Park, Ithaca, NY; Liberty State Park, Great Swamp, NJ
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher at Nest 1 WD
Blue-gray-Gnatcatcher. These little guys are tine and move very quickly
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Adult males are blue-grey on the upperparts with white underparts and have a long slender bill, long black tail and an angry black unibrow. Females are less blue without the unibrow. Both sexes have a white eye ring.
blue-gray gnatcatcher. i've been hearing these guys a lot over the past week. one of my new faves.
White-winged Dove Species | ... : Northern Parula, Blue-Gray Gnatcatcher, and a White-Winged Dove
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher - Whatbird.com
Blue gray gnatcatcher - April 22 (http://wgnss.wustl.edu/nn99kf/nn99kf.html)