Humber River Trail May 12
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Humber River Trail May 12

Ally

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I will only be able to do humber river trail for a week or so if you know what I mean. Be positive! I still have enough energy to take photos in the yard and the ravine so I'm happy.
I will be happier if you guys can confirm that is a Tennessee Warbler. I don't know whether I had one before.


Ally

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Cape May is doing better today.


Ally

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I spent half an hour on the blackthroated blue, and these are the best he gave me.


Shortsighted

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It has the making of a Tennessee warbler: green back, eye line and very pointed beak. The second shot of the Cape May is really quite nice - good pose, good exposure, excellent detail. I've never been able to get a good shot of a Cape May because I seldom get to see one in the field. Maybe I should try the woods. You've really hit the jackpot this spring. Around here in Pickering it is pretty dead. Still no warblers. If none arrive in the next few days it will be a bust. The most that I can hope for are a few regulars around the 14th and then probably nothing after that.
Going into the woodlot now for a half hour but do not expect much.


Ally

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If you liked that Cape May


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I don't know whether he heard the ruckus across the ravine with Blue Jays, or he is happy to see me.