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|(Seiurus aurocapillus ORDER: PASSERIFORMES FAMILY: PARULIDAE)|
Another warbler from last spring migration
A small, inconspicuous bird of the forest floor, the Ovenbird is one of the most characteristic birds of the eastern forests. Its loud song, "teacher, teacher, teacher," rings through the summer forest, but the bird itself is hard to see.
The Ovenbird gets its name from its covered nest. The dome and side entrance make it resemble a Dutch oven.
It's a tough life being a small migratory bird. Studies estimate that half of all adult Ovenbirds die each year. The oldest known Ovenbird was seven years old.
(from "All About Birds")
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Very sharp shot and the details are lovely.Excellent POV and sharpness. best regards,
- [2010-07-14 0:10]
Very well composed pic. The POV, lighting BG, DOF, sharpness and clarity of the image are all great!
A splendid shot, the birds head seems to be in the spotlight of natures stage, excellent focus showing good detail and clarity. Love the pose and POV, good oof bg make the bird stand out.
Excellent POV, very good sharpness, amazing details. Perfect DOF, natural colors.