The Northeast is the toughest place to shoot birds. Forgive these ho-hum shots that I took on April 30th. I take these sometimes just to capture the rhythm on the seasons and what comes through when.
An Yellow-rumped Warbler popped up out of a bush.
A Black-throated Green foraging high in a hemlock tree.
Singing sweetly and moving quickly through the forest was this Black-and-white Warbler.
Stop by tomorrow, I’ll have something better for you.