Monday, May 30, 2016

Spring Summary

It has been a while since I last posted,,sorry about that between revamping my set-up along with Neil and I going to the biggest week of American Birding which weather wise turned out to be a bust.

Recovery we decided to cut our week in Ohio short and take the 9 hour trek to kick it up Jersey Digiscoping style!

We started at Old Mine Road in Warren and Sussex county that host a decent amount of breeding Warblers.

Least Flycatchers were abundant around a really nice ravine habitat ..

Northern Parula"s really shined on that day ....

Worm eating Warblers always have a habit of being in sub lighting .
Actually I used the Olympus OMD-EM1 with the 300mm F4 lens a terrific combo for run and gunning shootin.

 Blue Winged Warblers were a showstopper near the cuts

Chestnut Sided Warblers sure due benefit clear cuts as of history of this species , before any forest fragmenting it was a uncommon find.

A bonus for me when Digiscoping Chestnut Sided Warblers one must have encroached a Golden Winged Warblers territory Viola!!!
Other Species included ::

Black Billed Cuckoo.
Magnolia Warbler.

Black & White Warbler.
Indigo Bunting,,

Blackburnian Warbler .