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May 14, 2016 15:51 |  #1

This was a first for me. I've never captured this bird before so I'm celebrating. :-D

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May 14, 2016 16:04 |  #2

Good for you. I'm glad to see they're heading north.


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May 14, 2016 16:06 |  #3

xservo wrote in post #18007053 (external link)
This was a first for me. I've never captured this bird before so I'm celebrating. :-D

Enjoy!

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Those warblers are tough to shoot. Lighting conditions in the woods here have dropped now that the leaves are fully out.


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May 14, 2016 21:11 |  #4

Your warblers are bonny birds indeed, ours tend to be little brown jobs.


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