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N 52 B 370 C 15 E Jun 12, 2019 F Jun 16, 2019
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The diminutive Black-throated Green Warbler is one of those species jokingly referred to as having a name longer than itself! It is one of the commonest warblers in many parts of its range, and its oft-repeated songs of high-pitched zees and zoos are characteristic summer sounds of northeastern forests.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Black-throated Green Warbler Northern Ontario Wildlife Photography Avian Songbird Boreal perched perching Ontario Canada Bill McDonald Canon Spring 2019 June

N 77 B 682 C 20 E Jun 10, 2019 F Jun 11, 2019
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Indigo Buntings are actually black; the diffraction of light through their feathers makes them look blue. This explains why males can appear many shades from turquoise to black

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Indigo Bunting Mossy Rock rock moss perching Ontario Halton Canada Wildlife Nature Photography Bill McDonald

N 580 B 43.2K C 58 E May 24, 2019 F Jun 7, 2019
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Golden-winged Warblers breed in tangled, shrubby habitats such as regenerating clearcuts, wet thickets, tamarack bogs, and aspen or willow stands

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Bill McDonald Bruce Peninsula Nature Photography Golden-winged Warbler perched feeding perching Canada Ontario 2019 May

N 74 B 549 C 16 E Jun 7, 2019 F Jun 7, 2019
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A secretive bird, it will fly a short distance when flushed, and then drop back into the grass out of sight. They usually stay out of sight unless they are singing, when they will perch on a weed stalk, shrub, or fence wire and belt out their buzzy song.

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Bill McDonald Grasshopper Sparrow Nature Photography perched perching Weed Stalk Nature Wildlife Canon Ontario Canada

N 67 B 663 C 21 E Jun 6, 2019 F Jun 6, 2019
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A group of Mourning Warblers are collectively known as a "wake" of warblers. Makes sense to me !!

If you like this and some of my other images, I invite you to take a look at my wildlife/birding blog, which I try to update every few days. ... grenfell.weebly.com and my web page at www.tekfx.ca

I appreciate your feedback and comments! so feel free to contact me for any reason. I can be reached at billm@tekfx.ca or on Flickrmail

All images are copyright. Please don't use this, or any other of my, images, on websites, blogs or any other media without my explicit written permission © All rights reserved

Tags:   Bill McDonald Nature Photographer Mourning Warbler songbird warbler perched perching Honeysuckle Canada Milton Ontario June 2019 Canon


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