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Taken in the Eastern Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada by David.


Singing in the shade of a Western Hemlock tree in the early evening.



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I decided to start the week with a bright image from my Fall 2018 archives. I couldn't think of a clever caption, so when in doubt, I stick with the basics!


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I had a fantastic time photographing birds and wildlife out in the field yesterday. Unfortunately that luck ran out when I had a flat tire on a remote country road after dark so I didn't get back home until bedtime. Since the stuff I found today weren't nearly as neat, here's some of what I saw on Saturday. This colorful little Nashville warbler should normally be well on its way to Mexico by now.

Magee Marsh, Oak Harbor, Ohio USA


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The Nashville Warbler is yellow below with an olive-green back and no wingbars. It's white eyering stand out against the gray head. I was fortunate to see the chestnut crown patch as it's generally not visible (like the Ruby-crowned Kinglet).

It nests on the ground and feeds almost exclusively on insects.


Nikon D500 camera with Nikon 500mm f4 G VR lens with 1.4 converter and fill flash.

1/250 f7.1 ISO 640


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But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.

We all, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to our own way; and the Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all. ISAIAH 53:5,6


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Michigan. This warbler can be very common within varying habitats within its range. In Michigan for instance It can be found in the Jack Pine forests and in regenerating clear cut areas that support species such as the winged warblers and M0urning warblers. Here in Georgia birders and bird photographers alike get excited at Nashville opportunities as they are not common in either migration and they breed far north of here. Its name was perhaps poorly chosen as well as it only migrates through the Nashville area. Many Michigan bird enthusiasts can't relate to such excitement as the species is quite common there. Nonetheless it is a beautiful warbler.

I can't count how many times I've missed a shot like this. Not this time. I was paused watching a pair of Palm Warblers going back and forth when this warbler dropped right in front of me. I've got to say the A7R III for all it's detail, the AF can struggle at times, particularly going from far to close. Out of the brieft seconds I had with this Warbler I only managed a few sharp frames.


All photos taken with physical distancing.

Community Garden, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

Garret Mt. NJ


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Photographed along Highway 12 about 2 miles above (west) Trout Lodge, Yakima County, Washington. IMG_7834

Nashville Warbler photographed on Stack Rock Trail north of Boise, Idaho

Community Garden, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

Been awhile since I found one..Happy Happy !


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Nikon D500, Sigma 150-600mm Sports lens, 850mm, f/9, 1/250, ISO 180, Sigma TC-1401. View Large.

(Leiothlypis ruficapilla) - Lasówka rudogłowa

Downsview, Toronto

This fall warbler was on its southbound migration and stopped off in a local park to feed on the Red Osier Dogwood bushes.

Long point provincial Park,Ontario

Long Point Bird Observatory,Ontario

Michigan. 5/22/2019.

Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA


痛楚了3天的後肩, 今天又變本加厲的發炎了....連打字都不太能支持......不能去按mouse, 也不太有精神坐在椅子上.....





Always a constant challenge, never a clear shot until now! These birds are known to skulk around and in truth I wouldn't have found it if it weren't for a flock of Kinglets and a particularly aggressive Ruby Crowned that flushed it out!

Nikon D850 600mm f4 VR


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Itasca State Park, Minnesota

LaSalle Park, Burlington, Ontario

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