|Copyright: Jane Ogilvie (star05)
|Date Taken: 2008-09|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-09-14 8:50|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|I'm not 100% positive on identification and thinking this maybe a draub Adult as is pale green on top side, yellow wash on the under side, weak eyebrows, and pale lores creating "blank-faced" look.. |
Field Guide: Usually solitary.Feeds mainly on caterpillars and insects. Often spotted in the upper to middle levels of trees within foliage which is exactly where i saw him/her.
Right now the misquitos are ferocious and am glad this little fellow is here for the feast..
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Wonderful colours with fantastic details.
Composition and light are excellent.
- [2008-09-14 9:37]
It does look like a Vireo, not sure which one though. The eyeline doesn't match the one of the Philadelphia in my guide. They are so small and flighty that it's hard to get a clear shot of one like you did. The face has such good details that I'm sure someone will ID it. I love they way he is squeezing between the branches.
excellent shot, fine POV and DOF, beautiful luminosity of the image,
i love the all green background, this pose of the bird
it is bringing dynamism to the image, i love it, TFS