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PIC OF THE WEEK: 09/27/10 • PREVIOUS WEEKNEXT WEEKALL 2010 PICS

Bird Pic Of The Week

Cape May Warbler

(Dendroica tigrina)

Where: Richmond, VA • Glidewell Rd.

Notes: A few days ago, at the suggestion of my partner, I turned my attention from the local woodpeckers to fall migrants. That very same evening, a male American Redstart further persuaded me, when it visited our backyard water feature. So the next morning I was eager to set-up to photograph any visitors. There was no sign of the Redstart that day, but when this small yellow bird with prominent streaking appeared, I knew it was something special. I soon recognized this Neotropical migrant as a Cape May Warbler from its chestnut face-patch; which is much more prominent during breeding season. Cape Mays breed across the boreal forest of Canada and the northern United States. It stopped here for a drink and a splash on the way to its wintering grounds in the West Indies, where it uses its unique curled, semi-tubular tongue to collect nectar. Maybe I'll see it again in the spring, on its return trip.

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Equipment: Canon EOS 40D • Canon 400mm f-5.6 Prime L Series Lens • Manfroto Tripod • Wireless Shutter Release

Exposure: Shutter Speed = 1/160 second • Aperture = f 7.1 • Exposure Mode = Aperture Priority • Focus Mode: One Shot • Lens (Focal) Length = 400 mm • ISO = 640 • Aprox. Camera Distance = ~12 Feet • Date Shot: 09-22-10

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