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|A rare hybrid between Blue-winged Warbler and Golden-winged Warbler from my last trip to Carden.|
This species forms two distinctive hybrids with Golden-winged Warbler where their ranges overlap in the Great Lakes and New England area. The commoner genetically dominant Brewster's Warbler is gray above and whitish (male) or yellow (female) below. It has a black eye stripe and two white wing bars.
The rarer recessive Lawrence's Warbler has a male plumage which is green and yellow above and yellow below, with white wing bars and the same face pattern as male Golden-winged. The female is gray above and whitish below with two yellow wing bars and the same face pattern as female Golden-winged.
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Hi Peter. A perfect pose captured at just the right time. Wonderfully clear and sharp in detail. I love the contrast between the yellow and the blue sky. A very sharp looking bird. TFS Trevor
Hello Peter a very very great shot. Fantastic work in postproduction. Regards, Paolo
Excellent photograph of Brewster's Warbler, excellent sharpness and details, outstanding composition, good background and excellent lighting.
Thanks for sharing,
- [2013-06-02 13:01]
Very good picture with impressive sharpness and a very good composition. Congratulation. Saludos.