Cap May Warbler by Michael Cummings
Clear

The Cape May Warbler breeds across the boreal forest of Canada and the northern United States, where the fortunes of its populations are largely tied to the availability of spruce budworms, its preferred food. Striking in appearance but poorly understood, the species spends its winters in the West Indies, collecting nectar with its unique curled, semitubular tongue.

Taken in the Ottawa, Ontario , Canada

Nikon D800
1/160
F5.6
ISO 560
EV 0.00
Pattern Metering
No Flash
550 MM


Comments

  • Poete100
    Poete10011 months ago

    This is totally outstanding Michael…Very impressive!!!!

  • Thank you, Lorraine :-)

    – Michael Cummings

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarke11 months ago

    Gorgeous capture. Such a beautiful bird.

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Trupp11 months ago

    I love your work

  • Marilyn Grimble
    Marilyn Grimble11 months ago

    Sheer magic – to my favs

  • Angelika  Vogel
    Angelika Vogel11 months ago

    Very beautiful scene and colours, Michael!!

  • Peter O'Hara
    Peter O'Hara11 months ago

    Outstanding! Love the surroundings and great DOF! Instant fave!

  • TomBaumker
    TomBaumker11 months ago

    Beautiful close up my friend ! CONGRATULATIONS on the FEATURE !

  • Ms-Bexy
    Ms-Bexy11 months ago

    lovely capture!

  • John44
    John4411 months ago

    Great capture Mike

  • Ann  Warrenton
    Ann Warrenton11 months ago

    May 2014

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