This morning I got up early and drove out to Mt. Dora to find a Western Kingbird that was found there a couple days ago. I arrived at the the location on Britt Rd just south of Horse Ranch Rd right at sunrise, and after about 15 minutes, the kingbird popped up east of Britt Rd on top of some telephone lines. The telephone lines are on the southern border of an orange grove and the northern border of a field with lots of sprinklers. The lighting was terrible, as I had to look into the sun, and I could not ID the bird with my binoculars. I had to take photos of the bird overexposed by 3+ stops just to get enough detail to confirm that I'd found the kingbird. After about 20 minutes, however, it flew to the west side of Britt Rd and landed on the top of an orange tree. This provided much better light for a much better look and much better photos. The bird was still a pretty long way off, but I don't mind. This is the first Western Kingbird I've seen in Florida.