BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLER

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This was the first and only time I’ve seen a Chestnut-sided Warbler.  Unlike many warblers at this reserve, it wasn’t hiding up in the pine trees, so I could get a clear shot. I wish it had turned a bit so I could have got more of its colouring but was still pleased to add another bird to my list.

25 thoughts on “CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLER

  1. Congratulations on this recent addition! I have heard that Warblers are more elusive and therefore harder to capture a shot … good job!

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  2. Sweet, pretty bird. Very nice shot, Belinda.

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  3. Great shot, congrats on a new lifer, Belinda! 💃

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  4. Nice catch, Belinda, warblers are very challenging to see, let alone photograph. CSWs are forest dwellers and as our area has been reforested, their numbers are increasing here. I hear them daily as we walk our trails. Looking forward to their return in May!

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  5. Yay for new birds! We see this bird sometimes during migration, but not this year so far. It’s about the time for them to show up. I don’t have a good pic of one either, but this one is awesome even though it didn’t turn. 🙂

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  6. A nice little bird you added to your list, beautifully captured

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  7. Birds are so tough to capture…Nice one!

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  8. Nice Belinda! Interesting view!

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  9. It is always sych fun to add a new bird to one’s list. Even though this one didn’t want to co-operate, you have managed to get a clear shot of it.

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  10. Sounds like you were lucky to get it at all.

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