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Photography => Ontario Birds => Topic started by: Dinusaur on September 08, 2021, 09:17:40 pm

Title: Fall Warblers
Post by: Dinusaur on September 08, 2021, 09:17:40 pm

From my recent visit to L'Amoreaux Park in Scarborough and McLaughlin Bay in Oshawa.


Top: Nashville, Magnolia, American Redstart, Blackburnian
Middle: Tennessee, Black-throated Green, Common Yellowthroat
Bottom: Blackpoll, Bay-breasted, Northern Parula


(https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51439010640_70116c6da4_c.jpg) (https://flic.kr/p/2mnunKN)
Title: Re: Fall Warblers
Post by: Ally on September 08, 2021, 09:28:53 pm
Wow, that is a huge collection of great findings!!
Title: Re: Fall Warblers
Post by: Shortsighted on September 09, 2021, 07:51:21 am
Wow (squared), that's impressive for only a couple of sites. Sure beats my street-side woodlot that is usually as dead as the main street of a dusty ghost town during the mid-day heat commensurate with a drought. So many warblers and so little time. Have you ever considered making a warbler poster? Breeding plumage version at one viewing angle and juvenile plumage when viewed from a slightly different angle. That way you can flash back and forth just by moving your head and give yourself a glorious headache. Thanks for posting. You're one of the few still remaining on this site who shares photos, having lost so many to ... what? Silliness? Non sequiturs? Fuzzy logic? The dark arts? There ... you see ... it's happening again. No wonder so many have vacated this forum. 
Title: Re: Fall Warblers
Post by: Steve Hood on September 12, 2021, 11:15:47 am
Those are a very nice variety of warblers.  I find fall birding can be challenging with all the immatures and changes in colours of the Warblers.  Your set of images really shows this well.