Perfect weather doesn’t make for perfect birding, but I can’t really complain after yesterday’s bonanza.
I didn’t see yesterday’s variety, even though I’m sure they are there. The Prairie was the last bird I saw, and a few other shots came out well, so I’ll settle for what I got.
This Prairie Warbler was in deep shadow, and I was able to rescue the image because my friend Emily gave me some wonderful software. Thanks again, Emily!
The female Indigo Bunting isn’t as striking as her mate, but the dull colors serve her well.
Another try at the Hummingbird Clearwing. I’m going to take Graeme’s advice and shoot these with my Nikkor in the future.
This Flycatcher is probably an Eastern Phoebe.
This appears to be a flock of Laughing Gulls.
This Caterpillar Nest caught my eye.
The background colors make this image of a Carolina Wren more interesting.
This may be a Black Capped Chickadee, but I’m not sure yet.
Blue Gray Gnatcatchers are still feeding in very large numbers.
Orchard Orioles are suddenly easy to find.
Red Eyed Vireos are foraging everywhere.