After taking a few photos, I proceeded down Guiznot to Brighton. As I wound my way through the streets, at Lotus and Froude I spotted a beautiful, small olive green bird with a lighter green cheek sitting on a wire. As I grabbed my camera out of its case, the bird flew into a nearby tree. Then, the chase began. Apparently, it liked this kind of tree as it flew to another tree with the same type of leaves and then, back to the first tree. I scoured the leaves of the tree. Of course, this green bird blended right in to the tree making it very difficult to follow. As I was trying my best, I spotted two larger birds, one with a markedly yellow stomach. I was able to photograph one of them more successfully while it was sitting at a juncture of many electrical wires. I believe it is a Cassin's Kingbird, which is in the flycatcher family. For aesthetic value, I would have preferred that the bird found a better place to perch. I guess all those electrical impulses surging through the wires is of no concern to this Kingbird. The little olive green bird continued to quickly flit between the trees with very slender green leaves, never to be photographed by me.
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