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|From my trip to Allegany, NY.|
A bird of the coniferous forests of the Northeast, the Blackburnian Warbler is breathtaking in its brilliant orange-and-black breeding plumage.
•Brilliant orange throat.
•Orange yellow eyebrow.
•Small black face mask.
•Broad white wingbars.
Throat and upper breast deep orange. Sides of neck, eyestripe, line on forecrown, and eye arc yellow-orange. Face patch, crown, and back black. Lower breast yellowish with black streaks on sides. Belly white or yellowish. Wings black with broad white wingbars that run together into a white patch. Back black with two creamy white lines. Tail black with large white patches in outer tail feathers.
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that's a perfect shoot only fantastic!
Excellent the way the probably sing out his joy.
Excellent light and sharpness, active pose. A very nice photo.
Agréable valorisation du sujet.
A bientôt sur TN pour de nouvelles aventures.