One of the major challenges of shooting at Magee Marsh is the thick canopy that allows the warblers and other birds to hide. There are so many twigs and branches going every direction that much of the time, small birds, like this adorable Ruby-crowned Kinglet, are obscured from view. But, despite the twigs and leaves that cover much of its body, that wide, round eye is quite visible, peeking through the branches.

Nikon D500, Nikon 1.4 Teleconverter, Nikkor 500mm PF lens.

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