This eastern pondhawk can be identified as a juvenile male because it's not yet fully turned blue. The white claspers have already appeared on its posterior. This one was not terribly shy and frequently found perching on fences. When I had snapped what I thought was my final frame of it, it grabbed a fly out of the air and took it to a crape myrtle leaf to rapidly munch it. It's the first male I've seen in my yard--there's a female that I've seen several times, so it wasn't surprising to spot this one.