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Old Aug 1, 2005, 4:44 AM   #1
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Got these photos at various locations this past weekend.

All shots 20D, 100-400L

Female American Redstart
400mm, f/5.6, 1/800sec, ISO 800


Catbird
400mm, f/7.1, 1/320sec, ISO 400


Female Common Yellow Throat Warbler
(caught this gal right after she took a bath)
400mm, f/5.6, 1/800sec, ISO 800


House Wren
365mm, f/5.6, 1/160sec, ISO 800


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Old Aug 1, 2005, 6:12 AM   #2
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A nice variety of good photos Woodmeister. Keep on clicking.

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Old Aug 1, 2005, 9:28 AM   #3
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reqally nice shots, woodmeister!!! how do you folks catch catbirds out in the open???!!!! amazing. i really like the yellowthroat. i just think it's a real cute catch!!

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Great shots again, Woodmeister. You're getting some birds I'm not seeing where I go. Definitely keep them coming.
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Thanks everyone for viewing and your comments.

Dennis - there are a few spots in my area where there are a pretty large concentration of
catbirds. You can here them calling from in the bushes all the time. Pretty frustrating.
I decided to sit back and just wait at these spots. Eventually they come out of the
bushes. Sometimes close enough for a photo, but most times not. Just need patience.

mullen - the redstart and the yellow throat were taken at the same spot. They were
all taking turns bathing in the water from the outflow of a spring. There were
black throated green warblers, blackburnian warblers, a couple different vireos there
as well. Unfortunately, they were perching behind leaves or dense branches.
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Real great shots, I love the catbird pose.
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