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Migratory Birds (17 Pictures)

Discussion in 'Birds' started by BirdLady, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. BirdLady

    BirdLady

    Jan 8, 2006
    Alabama
    1. White-eyed Vireo

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    2. Red-eyed Vireo

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    3. Chestnut-sided Warbler

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    4. Common Yellowthroat Warbler

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    5. Gray-cheeked Thrush

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    6. Louisiana Waterthrush

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    7. Swainson's Thrush

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    8. Summer Tanager (Adult Female)

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    9. Rose-breasted Grosbeak (First Fall Male)

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    10. Magnolia Warbler

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    11. Canada Warbler

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    12. Black-throated Green Warbler

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    13. Pine Warbler (Male)

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    14. Tennessee Warbler

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    15. Blackburnian Warbler

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    16. American Redstart (Adult Male)

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    17. Black-and-White Warbler

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  2. Wow great captures :)  that's quite a plethora of migrants you have there!
     
  3. sjlarue

    sjlarue

    Nov 18, 2007
    OH-IO
    The Migration is on! Great Pics Debbie.
     
  4. cre8foru

    cre8foru

    Dec 1, 2007
    Atlanta GA
    Wow ! What great variety. You got some great shots here. I saw a Rose Breasted Grosbeak at my feeder today. First ever for me at the feeder. Are any of these Warblers coming to suet feeders?
     
  5. What a variety Debbie, very nice captures on all of these.
     
  6. Great quality photos & even better variety. Love them all!
     
  7. Geez, I'm camping out in your yard!! Nice shots.
     
  8. What a great set!
    Fred
     
  9. Great shots Debbie but beware of artifacts in your images (e.g. the extra lines just left of the bird's belly in 12). Also it seems that you have tried to blur some of the backgrounds and that leaves a bit of an artificial look to the background and a rather harsh transition (esp. photo 7).
     
  10. russowl

    russowl

    466
    Jun 9, 2008
    Lima,Ohio
    So this is where all the my migratory birds are ,, in your backyard ,, hahaha already thru here. I am seeing a few but not much. Love the male American Redstart, These birds are little jewels ,,, so neat all the different colors. thanks for sharing
     
  11. Wow Debbie excellent shots! My favorite is number 6.
     
  12. Awesome series Debbie. I especially like #17. I like his black and white stripes. He reminds me of a nuthatch.
     
  13. LindaP

    LindaP

    473
    Nov 16, 2007
    Iowa, USA
    Really nice shots!
     
  14. BirdLady

    BirdLady

    Jan 8, 2006
    Alabama
    Thanks, everyone. Most of these where taken within two or three days from each other.

    The Pine Warbler and the Tennessee Warblers will come to suet feeders. The Tennessee Warblers will stay if you hang out grapes. They prefer the Globe grapes the most. I had around 60 to Tenn. Warblers last year. They stayed around my yard for about 6 weeks.
     
  15. Wow, what an assortment. Great shooting.
     
  16. very nice series, wish I had the patience for those little birds. Great captures.
     
  17. BirdLady

    BirdLady

    Jan 8, 2006
    Alabama
    Thanks, Mitch and Harris.
     
  18. Flew

    Flew

    994
    Jan 25, 2005
    Alabama
    Excellent variety Debbie. I don't know why I'm not seeing some of these species - I've done just about everything that you've recommended. :rolleyes: 
     
  19. BirdLady

    BirdLady

    Jan 8, 2006
    Alabama
    Thanks, Frank.
     
  20. Very very nice.

    Phil.
     
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