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Archive for June 10, 2019

2019—A Thorough Preening

The Yellow Warblers at Magee Marsh were ubiquitous and cooperative and some of the best photographs I got at Magee March this year were of Yellow Warblers. On our last morning there, we watched not one but two Yellow Warblers take their time thoroughly preening their feathers, including the tail and each wing, after they bathed. This one, in particular, spent lots of time in clear view of my lens while it made sure every feather was in its proper place.