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Old Jan 27, 2008, 5:25 PM   #1
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Shot this little fellow this morning at the feeder in my front yard. Guides would tend to indicate Pine Warbler, but I'm far from sure.





Birds this winter have been truly enjoying a sumac tree east of my house, but the buffet is just about closed with the last of the berries disappearing. Among the last customers a hermit thrush and a cardinal\





This guy doesn't really count as wildlife since it's a breeding bird for falconry, but I had a chance to get up close and personal yesterday with a Pergrine Falcon at a Raptor Education program sponsored by the state Game and Fish Commission (had a chance to take close portraits of a dozen or so different raptors)


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Old Jan 27, 2008, 7:27 PM   #2
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Shot this little fellow this morning at the feeder in my front yard. Guides would tend to indicate Pine Warbler, but I'm far from sure.





Birds this winter have been truly enjoying a sumac tree east of my house, but the buffet is just about closed with the last of the berries disappearing. Among the last customers a hermit thrush and a cardinal





This guy doesn't really count as wildlife since it's a breeding bird for falconry, but I had a chance to get up close and personal yesterday with a Pergrine Falcon at a Raptor Education program sponsored by the state Game and Fish Commission (had a chance to take close portraits of a dozen or so different raptors)

I would have said female gold finch Paul...But the head is shaped differently and there is too much yellow all over! Nice photos man!

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Shot this little fellow this morning at the feeder in my front yard. Guides would tend to indicate Pine Warbler, but I'm far from sure.
A Pinw Warbler it is. Nice photos.
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great work on the pine warbler trojansoc. the 1st shot is my favorite of the series.

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