It's nice starting off the morning with a surprise peewee watching for a bug brunch.
This female chestnut-sided warbler was doing the same. Dale helped me ID this bird. I knew what it wasn't, but didn't know what it was.
I do know the hard-to-photograph Black-and-white warbler. I was in the right place at the right time. Getting a good picture of the B/W is very hard. I get maybe one good shot every three years.
What happened next blew my mind. The B/W reached into the crevice in the bark and extracted a bug. B/W flew to a small branch near the ground with this vast bug.
I'm sure it was a cicada. The images show the story.
Finally the bug went down.
Does this look like a well fed bird?