Friday, June 5, 2009

Highlights from Point Pelee 2009

The highlight of this years trip to Point Pelee for Spring Migration was the Prothonotary Warbler. Most of the time he was very far away and we needed our binoculars to get a good look, however, luck was on our side when he flew in for a quick look at us!!!


I have never been this close to an American Coot. It was after a long day in the park and we were heading out and decided to have a quick stop at the boardwalk. We were very glad we did.

This Black Billed Cuckoo is a lifer for me. Never ran across one before and would have missed this one if the group in front of us on the trail didn't spot him. He was motionless for a very long time. Lots of cameras captured him that fine day.

One of my favorite photographs is this action shot of two male Red Breasted Mergansers. What is missing from the photograph is the female just to the left of the image and a third male to the right. Spring is wonderful!


Last and least, is this Black Throated Green Warbler. Rather a boring photograph, however it does capture a colorful male.

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2 comments:

JRandSue said...

Fantastic photography,lovely sharp Images.
John.

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These photos are really beautiful! Good job well done. I'm thinking of doing a photography course, and this is yet another motivation for me!