The Elusive Yellow Rumped Warbler

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  1. Don Kondra

    Don Kondra Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Full overcast and about four seconds to get a shot :)

    [​IMG]Yellow rumped Warbler by Don Kondra, on Flickr

    Cheers, Don


     
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    Adorable!
     
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    Lovely shot...
     
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    Don, really nice shot. :encouragement:
     
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    Very nice. The Yellow-rumped and Yellow warbler's are the most common and often seen around our parts. But all warblers are PITA's to photograph. Never stop moving.
     
  6. Don Kondra

    Don Kondra Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Thank You's !

    Thanks Brent !

    I only see the Warblers for a few days each year, usually while I'm waiting for the hummingbirds to return. And I think the hummingbirds are easier to shoot :)

    Cheers, Don
     
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    Very nice! And I agree that hovering is much easier to shoot than flitting.
     
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    Fujidave They Call me the wanderer Supporting Member

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    Very nice shot Don, great clean BG and a pretty little bird with nice colours.
     
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    Beautiful shot.
     

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