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Re: New Spring Warbler Species [Re: Jonathan] #6537311
05/14/19 12:41 PM
05/14/19 12:41 PM
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The Ruby-crowned Kinglets were on their regular feeding schedule, out of camera range very early this morning when I first saw them, but made their near 12:15 PM foraging stop in my nearby black spruce tree for these portraits.

Jonathan

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Camera Gear: Canon EOS 7D-MK-II, Canon EF-S 10-22mm, EF 28-135mm, EF 100-400mm and EF 400mm lenses.



Re: New Spring Warbler Species [Re: Jonathan] #6537483
05/14/19 06:58 PM
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Great photos, thanks for sharing.

Re: New Spring Warbler Species [Re: Jonathan] #6537498
05/14/19 07:26 PM
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Very nice photo's on your Flicker account. Really nice one of a female Black throated Blue wrb, and had to look really hard on your hummingbird to see where the wings and tail ended. Luckily we are not in Sharon's territory and have to deal with 8-10 species.
Rd fx you hear a RedStart before you see them, like the male Indigo bunting I heard this morning...........when you have prairie blue skies, somehow they blend in perfectily.

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Re: New Spring Warbler Species [Re: Jonathan] #6537583
05/14/19 08:58 PM
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Saw a Redstart last weekend while turkey hunting with a grandson, Had to look it up when I got back to the house, haven't seen many.

Re: New Spring Warbler Species [Re: Jonathan] #6537584
05/14/19 08:59 PM
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A weather shift today brought on a very brief visit from these two species last seen in my yard near the south shore of Lake Ontario a week ago.

Jonathan

Black-throated Green Warbler
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Yellow Warblers
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Re: New Spring Warbler Species [Re: Jonathan] #6538132
05/15/19 05:22 PM
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Very nice...........it has been a long winter waiting.

Re: New Spring Warbler Species [Re: Jonathan] #6538819
05/16/19 06:03 PM
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After the cold front and rain storm moved through my section of the Lake Ontario flyway yesterday afternoon, I didn't see any warblers within view around my yard today.

Jonathan


Camera Gear: Canon EOS 7D-MK-II, Canon EF-S 10-22mm, EF 28-135mm, EF 100-400mm and EF 400mm lenses.



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