ruby-crowned kinglet

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  1. squirl033

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    got this little kinglet taking a breather along the edge of a thicket at a local park on Saturday... would have gotten closer shots, and not had to crop as much, but i had the lens pulled back to 450mm to help keep the little pinball in the viewfinder...

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    Very nice set.
     
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    Nice shots. But the $$$ shot with those little suckers is when you catch them flashing that red topnot! :)
     
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    Beautiful shot !! Rocky (looking forward to our meet up in May) !
     
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    Very nice. Gorgeous little guy.
     
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    thanks, Brian!

    thanks... i agree, but its hard to get them displaying. they have to be quite agitated or excited to raise the crown... and of course, this one could have been a female... ;)

    me too, Larry - thank you!

    thanks, JC!
     
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