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|Done in Wabukayne Park - Mississauga|
Yellow-rumped Warbler - fall plumage
Dendroica coronata Order PASSERIFORMES - Family PARULIDAE
The Yellow-rumped Warbler is one of the most common warblers in North America. Although other warblers have yellow rumps, none are as conspicuous as consistently as this species.
Bright yellow rump in all plumages.
Yellow patches on sides of chest.
Streaks on sides of chest.
Pale throat; white in the widespread "Myrtle" form, or yellow in the western "Audubon's" form.
Size: 12-14 cm (5-6 in)
Wingspan: 19-23 cm (7-9 in)
Weight: 12-13 g (0.42-0.46 ounces)
(from "All About Birds")
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- [2008-10-21 13:39]
Hi Mario. This is a fine close up of this Warbler. A good POV so we can see all the body wwhich you have taken with fine detail and colours. wel ldone TFS . good notes too.
Beautiful capture Mario. Perfectly posed to give great detail. DOF excellent... also lighting. TFS
- [2008-10-21 14:20]
Hola Mario, excelente toma, con el pajaro perfectamente aislado, buen enfoque y mejor luz.
Tonos de color naturales.Un saludo
Excellent colours,definition and focus.
Lighting and composition are fantastic.
- [2008-10-23 14:32]
ai facut o poza foarte buna. Detaliile penajului sunt excelente iar pozitia pasarii este ca la carte.