Tuesday, September 21, 2010

4 Lifers in an Hour

What more can I say, it was a great day!

Black-throated Green and Tennessee Warbler

American Redstart Juvy

Swainson's thrushes


Anonymous said...

I enjoy sitting on the porch and watching all the different colored birds come to our feeders.

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Leilani Lee said...

Lovely photos. I saw a beautiful olive green bird in the mud puddle on our driveway yesterday, thinking maybe it was female oriole of some kind... just a tantalizing glimpse.

Montanagirl said...

Great shots! It's such fun to enjoy the many different birds one sees this time of year.

Brad Myers said...

I guess you could say it was a golden hour. I would have had to look those birds up to know what they were. Great shots.

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troutbirder said...

Four lifers in one day. Wow! I particularly enjoyed you mother squirrel series and also the bobwhite one. Unfortunately, the bobwhite are basically extirpated in southeastern Minn. I haven't seen one in some thirty years.