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Old Apr 3, 2009, 3:29 PM   #1
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Almost as common as canaries, Chiffchaff tend to prefer bushes more than trees andit can bea challenge to find them uncluttered by branches, twigs and leaves.

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Old Apr 3, 2009, 3:35 PM   #4
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Last one. I debated whether to take this photo since the chiffchaff is not completely visible - but I'm glad I did. This is what their environement looks like. Hard to spot, but thankfully, they move around quite a bit.Thanks for looking. Cheers, Dan
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Wow Dan! Those are truly awesome photos, Audubon quality. I think picture perfect is the term I would use. Way to go.

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Dan, I agree, those are some great shots and I personally like the last one since the branch in front gives it some depth.

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Ooooo Dan! You nailed these! Awesome shots....cheers...Don
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Much appreciated Steve, Tom and Don! Regards...Dan
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Very nice portraits. the bird is a real poser! I see nothing wrong with the last one - little birds are often seen partially obscured by vegetation anyway - it is natural that way.
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Awesome photos, very beautiful.
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