While driving the auto tour route of the Ridgefield NWR, July 16, 2014, I approached this young Tree Swallow hunkered down on the gravel road in front of me. I had to steer around it when I passed and expected it to fly when I did. Checking my rear view mirrors, the bird was still there. When I came back to this location on my next loop the bird was still there. This bird either really liked sitting on these warm rocks, or it was ill or injured. I stopped near the bird and got out of my truck. It did not appear distressed and its only movement was to look around turning its head. I slowly got down low and took this shot from about 15 feet. On my next loop, the bird was gone. Hope this little one is okay. Canon 5D Mark III, 1/1000, f8, ISO 800, 500mm.