Yellow-throated Warbler

Sitting outside early this morning, sipping coffee and listening to my ‘coffee house morning jazz’, I was happily disrupted by the chirping of a Yellow-throated Warbler in the nearby palm tree.

 

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Yellow-throated Warbler

 

Of course, I had my camera alongside me, in preparation for this kind of moment.

The Yellow-throated Warbler was foraging above me on the old/dying palm fronds readying to fall.

 

Yellow-throated Warbler

 

I’ll take this kind of morning coffee interruption every day!

 

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Yellow-throated Warbler

 

 

39 thoughts on “Yellow-throated Warbler

  1. Beautiful shots! You’re a smart photographer, Donna. Having your camera handy, ready to shoot! πŸ™‚

    • Thank you, Ted! Nature is so good for our souls. However, I’m starting to get anxious on having to leave this all and reenter the ‘real world’……we’ll be leaving shortly & head to our remote SC RV lot to hang until……whenever I guess. No sense in returning home to the mid-Atlantic just yet where there are millions of people. You both be smart, stay safe too. Hang with the alligators, they don’t mind socializing! πŸ˜‰

  2. Great shots! It’s always a wonderful feeling when you are ready for a photo op and it happens!

  3. Seems as though E has spotted some of these guys in our yard, but they move too fast and dart in and out of the branches, so I’m never sure what I’m seeing! So glad you’re catching these great shots of a VERY difficult bird to capture!!!

    • Thank you, Gunta! I just stay with them and keep snapping, lol. I agree, sometimes I’m not sure what I’m seeing but who cares! It’s fun!! And so darn rewarding when you score!! πŸ˜‰

  4. More cuteness. It’s size and shape remind me of our Carolina Wrens. They are hysterical. I can always tell when one is disturbed…”yid, yid, yid, yid, yid…!” Little buggers will nest in anything.

    I love your birding world.

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