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|During the breeding season (spring-summer), the chestnut-sided warbled can be found in northern hardwood and mixed forests of southern Canada and north-eastern United States. It spends the winter in Central America.|
Before the 1800s, the chestnut-sided warbler was not well known. Because of its highly specialized habitat and foraging techniques, it was believed to be limited to former natural disaster areas such as sites of forest fires. With the clearing of primeval forests and the subsequent growth of shrubby habitats, the chestnut-sided warbler is one of the most abundant breeding warblers in second growth deciduous woodlands.
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Perfect shot Peter. I think with the blurred background though, he looks like he's in space. The bird though is in perfect focus and details as well as the tree. The rust and the yellow colours really set this off nicely. Very sharp! Great timing on the pose too. TFS Trevor
- [2013-06-24 21:43]
Hola Peter, que belleza de foto, espectacular...luz,color,entorno,enfoque,fondo,una foto perfecta...saludos.
- [2013-06-25 0:07]
Wonderful frame of this colorful bird with all those lovely flowers..perfect nature image. tfs.
a really fantastic pic with its decent green back colours and the beautiful bird. Like
Excellent photograph of Chestnut-sided Warbler, excellent sharpness and details, excellent composition, excellent background and lighting.
Thanks for sharing,