Blackburnian Warbler

Blackburnian Warbler.
 
In the spring, I see the colorful male Blackburnian Warbler singing from the treetops and high branches, I will only see the females when they come in and gather nesting materials. In the fall the females and the juveniles, which look just like the females, will come in and visit regularly gleaning insects and harassing the other birds. They don’t have that bright orange throat, but still their brilliant yellow is pretty spectacular. In addition to these beautiful Warblers I spotted my first Tennessee Warbler and Norther Parula of the fall. Things are picking up…
 
Tamron SP 150-600mm Di VC USD G2 lens on a Nikon D-500, Manual Exposure mode, f8, ISO 560, shutter speed of 1/125th of a second, Sirui P424S monopod, processed in Lightroom Classic CC. #WithMyTamron, #Tamron, #TamronUSA, #TamronLensesUSA, #TamronImageMaster, #Tamron150600g2, #SiruiUSA, #BirdNirdvana, #BirdPhotography, #BearWoodsWildlifeSanctuary, #BearWoodsPhotography

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