Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Kinglet's crown

Last year for spring break I took the family to Costa Rica.  This year ... I worked.  Which was less fun.  So with a week and a half of densely packed shifts behind me it felt great to be outside again.  Lincoln Twp Beach can be a good place to spend an hour, or maybe 20 minutes.  There was a big flock of kinglets today and some steep sections meant a person could look down on some of the birds.

I'd actually forgotten just how active kinglets are through the lens.  This was my first visual on a Ruby-crowned this year.

A Pine Warbler announced it's presence with the more recognizable melodic version of its song.  It was a bright male.

Turns out warblers are flighty too.

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