"Yellow" Warblers from Pt. Pelee
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"Yellow" Warblers from Pt. Pelee

Steve Hood

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I had a great trip to Point Pelee last week.  I missed out on the fallout that occurred a couple of days before I arrived, but there was still lots to see.  I will likely need to split these photos into 3 posts and thought that I would start with some "Yellow" Warblers.


Yellow Warbler


Wilson's Warbler


Wilson's Warbler (partial leucistic)


Prairie Warbler


Hooded Warbler


Prothonotary Warbler


Prothonotary Warbler (female)
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Shortsighted

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What a wonderful place that must be and you obviously made the most of it.
Fabulous shots of birds I'll likely never see. They must have been at point-blank
range and when does that ever happen around here. Glad you had a good time.
Can't wait for the next installment. That double barrel image stabilization you
bring to muster must be amazing. I ran into a guy shooting a Scarlet Tanager
with a 500mm and he got a great shot at 1/200 sec. Hell, I can't do that with
my 200mm. Anything below 1/800 sec and I know it will be pure luck if it works
out.
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Steve Hood

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Thanks Shortsighted.  The dual image stabilization does come in handy.  The last shot of the female Prothonotary Warbler was shot at ISO400 and 1/60s.  I would have needed ISO5000 if I had shot this at 1/800s.
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