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Right next to the entrance gate to my place this Indigo Bunting as staked out his territory. He is singing from dawn to dusk – despite the lousy weather. He is cold and wet and probably wishes he did not migrate north. This weeks promises more below normal temperatures and more wet weather:

Taken with a Canon 7D and a 400mm Canon 400 DO IS Lens at f /5.6:



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I saw this guy yesterdy prior to the rains. They are beautiful, small songbirds, and usually one of the first four warblers I see each year. Their actions are much line Nuthatches, in fact he was on my birdfeeder priior to flying to a tree and me getting this photograph. I had my Canon 7D with a 600mm Lens and got off a few shots bwefore I spooked him:

Adult Description

  • Small songbird.
  • Yellow throat and chest.
  • Gray back.
  • Black face connecting to stripes down sides.
  • White eyestripe.
  • White earpatch.
  • Two white wingbars.

Immature Description

Similar to adult, but duller, and female may be washed brownish on back.


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