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Old May 3, 2008, 9:45 AM   #1
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These are from the other day...cheers....Don

Yellow Rumped Warblers









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Chipping Sparrow



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Old May 4, 2008, 9:10 AM   #2
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Here's one more that I missed. I liked the pose on this one..cheers...Don
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Old May 4, 2008, 9:57 AM   #3
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Great shots Don!. Looks like you were able to capture both types of Yellow-rump Warblerss, theAudubon and the Myrtle. The Audubon has the yellow throatand the Myrtle the white.I was trying to get some shots of these guys yesterday but the cloud cover and rain wouldn't let me. Today looks better and the Warblers are all over the place.

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Great shots Don!. Looks like you were able to capture both types of Yellow-rump Warblerss, theAudubon and the Myrtle. The Audubon has the yellow throatand the Myrtle the white.I was trying to get some shots of these guys yesterday but the cloud cover and rain wouldn't let me. Today looks better and the Warblers are all over the place.

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Thanks Kent! Shows how dumb I am. :? I didn't notice until you told me about the throat colours. I'm always fixated on the back markings. Thanks very much for pointing this out to me. I should be more observant......cheers...Don
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Excellent series, Don!! All are just super in sharpness, detail, and exposure. Not to mention good perches.

Have an idea which flycatcher that is? Least...Acadian, etc;
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Fantastic series, beautiful photos.
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Excellent series, Don!! All are just super in sharpness, detail, and exposure. Not to mention good perches.

Have an idea which flycatcher that is? Least...Acadian, etc;
Thanks VP! The new Mark III is working nicely. Bit of an adjustment, but I'm learning.

I think that flycatcher is a Hammond - at least that's what a local expert here thought. I really couldn't tell you - they all look so much alike...cheers..Don
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Fantastic series, beautiful photos.
Thanks very much flutelady!!...cheers...Don
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That's me too on those particular Flycatchers. Tough for me.

MIII ???? Didn't know you got one. Congratulations....I sure thought about it. I do believe when it is time for another, that or similiar is what I will go for.
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Great series. I really like the warbler in flight and the kinglet.

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