Yesterday I drove back to the Lake Apopka Restoration Area where the Fork-tailed Flycatcher had been seen last week. It had not been seen yesterday morning, but I thought I'd see if I could find it again. It was a no show. But there were about 30 or so Swallow-tailed Kites around, and they were having a literal field day with the dragonflies and grasshoppers that were there. I found one kite that must have grabbed a blade of grass with its prey (it looks like a grasshopper but I can't be sure). I did take a few minutes to photograph the dragonflies as well. I think I found both Red and Carolina Saddlebags, but I'm very new to identifying dragonflies, so I'm not confident in my ID yet. On the way back to the car, I dropped by the ponds by the parking area on Canal St. I found two Black-bellied Whistling Ducks with six little ducklings. They stayed very close to their parents, tucked between mom and dad. These little ducklings are massively cute.