It was a crazy busy day yesterday, starting at dawn at both Kinder Farm Park and Swan Creek Wetlands in search of warblers. And indeed, warblers were found. To the tune of 800 images and many unknown.
I’m off to another early start. This time for a pony field trip.
Enjoy these little beauties and I’ll check in later. Have a great day!
Categories: 2013 Project 365, Birds, Nature
Beautiful photos! Blessings, my dear friend ♥
Thanks Lizzy ! So appreciate your kind words.
Another great set of bird shots Emily
Thanks Mark ! I finally finished trudging through the images last night and am working on the ID’s now.
Especially love the shots of the common yellowthroat, the only one of the group that I could readily identify. It’s tough to get good shots of these little birds that seem to like to bury themselves in the leaves. Wonderful job (and the brillant colors are awesome).
LOL ! Thanks Mike ! I’m working on ID’ing the other one’s as well. Think I saw about 10 different warblers that day. Pretty cool.
Lovely Captures.. 😀
Thank you so much Harsha.
These shots have such clarity to them…amazing.
You are so sweet, I’ve been working hard on getting that on these bird images. Tough when they’re little dots in the frame. 🙂
Pretty captures have fun with the ponies
Thank you ! Had a blast.
Enjoy your field trip and I look forward to seeing the pictures.
Thank you so much Fatima.
Such pretty birds. The yellow one if my favorite.
These are beautiful captures! How did you get them to pose for you? 😉
I had to smile as there are plenty more yellow ones to share. Hope to post them today. For posing – I waited in the same spot for an hour and took about 800 images. It’s the waiting game while they flit around for the perfect moment.
Stunning photos of these little beauties, Emily. Have a great day. A pony field trip sounds like fun. 🙂
Thanks Sylvia ! You’d have fun on a pony field trip too. Perhaps one day.
Beautiful Captures:) Happy Thursday!
Happy Friday Renee ! Hope you have a fun weekend planned.
very lovely! those photos make me wanna have spring again and not fall and winter 😉
Me Too ! I’m not ready for winter yet. I just got over the last one. 🙂
Beautiful birds, some lovely poses…all very nicely captured.
Appreciate your kind comments Beth.
SO enjoying them, Emily, love the Unidentified Flying Object’s POSE! 🙂 Beautiful, beautiful!
Thank you !! How are the warblers at Cape May? I heard that the NWR was closed today. What a shame.
Ah, now I understand! You were thinking that my reference to the Cape meant Cape May? I actually live on Cape Cod, in MA. But I’ll be bet the warblers sure are wonderful at Cape May! Here, we’re awaiting the winter ducks… How I LOVE this time of year! 🙂
Oh I’m an idiot then..all this dreaming of you at Cape May. Woo Hoo – Ducks ! Can’t wait until they are back.
No No, easy mistake, and now I understand even more as I am finally reading back thru’ messages. OY! I am the dummy, should have seen your questions about Cape May long ago. So much going on, too much, trying to figure out where to put my TIME these days, torn in so many directions. When all I really want to do is get out there with my camera… 🙂
Beautiful – so crisp and colorful!
Thank you so much, I do love my birds. 🙂
Great photos as always, you do so well with warblers! I just spent a week chasing flocks of them migrating, and never found one that would sit still for a photo.
LOL ! they never sit still – are you kidding? Although that Northern Parula did sit at the same spot for 10 minutes. Shocked the heck out of me. You just have to be quick on the draw.
You captured these warblers so beautifully. These are awesome shots, very impressive 🙂