Humber River Trail May 5
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Humber River Trail May 5

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Ally

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The belted kingfisher gave me lots of chances today, unexpectedly. So I did not expect. She would even perch on a clean branch on a small tree. And I spooked her, three times. She was laughing at me.


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I was baffled by the ID of the warbler.


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I was baffled by the ID of the warbler.

its a female pine
Thank you so much Dave, I actually saw it on April 24th. Don't know what got into me >:( ;D
« Last Edit: May 05, 2022, 08:07:19 pm by Ally »


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Excellent shot of kingfisher. I removed some of the unnecessary branches and rotated it a bit. Nice blurred background. Did you order that special?


Rough-winged swallow on isolated perch is also quite good. That is the plainest-looking female Pine warbler that I have ever seen.


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Excellent shot of kingfisher. I removed some of the unnecessary branches and rotated it a bit. Nice blurred background. Did you order that special?


Rough-winged swallow on isolated perch is also quite good. That is the plainest-looking female Pine warbler that I have ever seen.


Thanks. I changed back to ISO400 for this shot. The high ISO flight shots need more practising.


Plain indeed. And she was up high and quite alone. I thought it was a kinglet first from bottom up.