Five On The Wing – #11

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These five birds in flight were also captured along the Great Marsh Trail.  The little ones are a challenge!

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Magnolia Warbler

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Yellow Warbler

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American Redstart (male)

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Canada Geese

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Sandhill Crane

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That wraps up the birds I photographed along the Great Marsh Trail at Indiana Dunes NP.  What an awesome couple hours, I can only imagine what a day, a week, or more could be like, wow!

We returned to find our motorhome warranty work complete, and have hit the road to continue our adventure out west.  Where will I be sharing birds from next?  šŸ˜‰

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32 thoughts on “Five On The Wing – #11

  1. I was in such awe at the warblers you saw here that my hand went to my heart. Folks from around the world fly in from hundreds of miles away to visit this section of the globe in May. Your photos are wonderful, Donna, and very impressive. Thanks for these five on the wing.

  2. Super, Donna! Am in a silly mood today so this old New Jersey rhyme came to mind:
    The spring has sprung
    The grass has riz
    I wonder where the birdies is…
    The birds are on the wing!
    But that’s absurd…
    The wings are on the birds!

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  4. Have to say my favorite is the Sandhill Crane. But then I seem to have so many favorites!!! Can’t wait to see where your next adventures take you. Happy Trails! šŸ¤—

    • Thank you! Keep trying! I’ve been really working hard at flight shots for 7-8 years, learning to focus and pan at the same time isn’t easy! I do throw a lot of shots away. šŸ™‚

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