Common Yellowthroat In Field

I liked how this Common Yellowthroat warbler stood out in this field of dried brush. I also liked the angle of the brush in the background and the bird’s perch leaning in the same direction. Usually they are flitting from perch to perch, but this one stayed for a while before flying off giving me a chance to get a few shots. Image taken @ 800mm (Canon 400mm f/4 DO lens with Canon 2X teleconverter)

8 Comments on “Common Yellowthroat In Field

  1. That’s a nice portrait of this little warbler. It was one of the first birds I learned to ID by song. The background is painterly. Nice, Reed.

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