Along the roadside outside of Winnipeg, a family of Eastern Kingbirds were hawking from a rural roadside bush. This young bird seem to be doing well catching his own meals only occasionally taking a spoon-feeding from mom and dad. Eastern Kingbirds can be found around most of North America, save the Southwestern States. This is the location for Western Kingbirds. The two are very dissimilar in their looks with the Westerns having a gray mantle and a yellow belly.