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|A difficult trip this summer for my only warbler species (east coast) which I didnít see or take picture was finalized with this Connecticut Warbler. Lots of mosquitoes, ticks and black bears made this trip horrible but in the end I took some keepers for this Connecticut Warbler. |
The uncommon Connecticut Warbler is a skulker of thickets, foraging primarily on or near the ground. It breeds in boreal forest and winters in northern South America.
ēThe Connecticut Warbler was named after the state where the first specimen was collected. The species does not breed in Connecticut, nor is it a common migrant there.
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Your efforts are highly appreciated ... for sharing your educative notes and this BEAUTIFUL image of the Connecticut Warbler.
I know exactly how you feel re: the pests and those bears.
Lovely soft colours and well balanced contrasts.
Great focusing job.
And once more A BIG THANK YOU.
Mario from Calgary with kind regards.
- [2014-09-22 14:45]
Sharp and super natural picture. It look like it is here at my desk. Congratulation and thanks for sharing it. Saludos.
- [2014-09-22 23:17]
a curious bird. interesting closeup. a unique species. tfs.
Bravo!Master work.You r one of the best bird photographer now here in TN.