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Connecticut Warbler-2


Connecticut Warbler-2
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Copyright: PETER TAMAS (sirianul) Silver Note Writer [C: 0 W: 0 N: 509] (3544)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2014-06-09
Categories: Birds
Camera: Canon 1 D X, Canon 600mm f/4 II + Canon 1.4 III conve
Exposure: f/8, 1/250 seconds
Details: Tripod: Yes
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2014-09-24 15:31
Viewed: 1341
Points: 6
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One more from my past trip to Manitoba.
Named for its place of discovery, this species is only an uncommon migrant in Connecticut. The bird is seldom seen except by observers who know where to look. During spring migration, it feeds close to the ground in dense swampy woods; in the fall, it occurs most often in woodland edges where the growth is rank.
5 1/2" (14 cm). Olive green above, dull yellow below; head, throat, and upper breast gray in males and dull brownish in females. Has conspicuous, unbroken white eye ring. No wing bars. Mourning Warbler similar but has faint, broken eye ring.

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Peter,
So you are back with this most lovely Connecticut Warbler.
By the way ... looks like you have MIS-SPELLED warbler.
Beautiful natural colours once more.
Best regards from Canada from Mario.

Superb portrait of this lovely bird, Peter.
The colours are amazingly natural.
A beautiful composition, indeed.
Ram

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  • Cobo Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 236 W: 1 N: 535] (5799)
  • [2014-09-25 4:03]

A very nice picture Peter. I like the very nice sharpness on the bird with its own natural color contrasting with the grey color of the branch and background. Good composition too. Congratulation.

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