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2017—Bay-breasted Warbler

One of the more cooperative warblers I photographed at Magee Marsh in May was a female Bay-breasted Warbler.  The afternoon’s high winds kept her perched for quite a while on the same branch.  I featured her in my blog at the time.  Click here to see her feathers ruffled in the wind.  About ten minutes after I took that photograph, she moved into the shelter of the branches before flying off.

Bay-Breasted Warbler female.jpg

 

One response

  1. Susan

    I think your bird identification booklet is filling up!

    June 11, 2017 at 5:24 am

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