St.John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada
Here is another image of the Greater Scaup I photographed last week on one of those rare calm mornings here in Newfoundland. The peeled out for only a brief moment giving me just enough time to line up this composition.
A male Yellow warbler sings from the cover of a maple tree at the edge of a small stream. On this particular morning this location was alive with Yellow Warbles. The small stream had 5 males competing for territory.
There was no way this Savannah Sparrow was going to let an warbler steal his show so he climbed to the tallest spruce on the barren to prove his worth. Lucky for me the tallest spruce around was only 4 foot tall 😁