Golden Crowned Kinglet
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Golden Crowned Kinglet

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Ally

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Could Kinglet be back? I thought I saw a little dumpling working it's way among branches, I can only see it has yellow wingbars.

And I saw it the second time, It is yellow crowned Kinglet! I grabbed binoculars instead of camera this time

Yes, they are back. I got them finally. So focused above, I neglected to see the deer approaching.
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Shortsighted

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Did you see the GCK on your estate, perhaps in the valley?
Last year I saw them on April 2nd and it was a lot colder.
March was also much colder. I haven't seen one here yet
but that could change. There is a wooded area across the
street so I might see one soon too. I'm not holding my breath
because I can't afford any more brain damage.
« Last Edit: December 31, 1969, 07:00:00 pm by Guest »


Paul O'Toole

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I saw a couple of today on a walk in Kingston.
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Ally

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They are such so fast, I saw Waxwings catching tiny insects at tree top before, didn't know kinglets do that too. Really dark for photos.
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Ally

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I quite like this one
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Shortsighted

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It's got its eye on you.


This one has its eye on me.
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Ally

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Quote from: "Shortsighted"
It's got its eye on you.


This one has its eye on me.

Good choice. How to make it display his crown?  :D
« Last Edit: December 31, 1969, 07:00:00 pm by Guest »