Que maravilhosas fotos! abraços,chica
Brian, Awesome shots of this cute bird! I am glad it was still for photos!
I'm betting he was liking the scale insects on the plant?? Great looking bird.....
marvelous shots of a gorgeous little bird! love the head tilt shot! congratulations!
I saw one of these last spring in a tree by one of my brother's ponds. It landed and then flew before I could get a shot. They are pretty birds.
Oh what a beauty!!!
Wow - what gorgeous photos. He's perfectly delightful! So glad you captured a few clicks.
Great to Catch them while moving North. Just in time, lovely
Great looking bird - I like that chestnut head.Cheers - Stewart M - MelbournePS: there is a brief explanation of why the beach squeaks in this weeks WBW.
Congrats! How exciting to photograph a new bird. He gave you lots of poses. A real beauty!
The little side look in image 3 is so adorable!MersadMersad Donko Photography
It's always exciting to see a new species! Marvellous shots as always Brian!
beautiful brian, lucky you got to see and photograph him!!
Looking ahead, up, sideways or down, he is truly stunning, and what a wonderful time you have had with this migrating flyer. Cheers, Jean.
Wow, its wonderful that you got to photograph a new bird! I heard and saw a new bird recently but it was gone before I could get my camera.Maybe it is this crazy weather system that is giving us new birds to photograph.
hij staat er weer perfect op.
congratulation on a 'tick' for you and such a pretty bird.
Beautiful shot of this Palm Brian! It took me three times to see this bird before I got a shot I was happy with:) Congrats!
What a beautiful set of images. It is the western subspecies that breeds in western Canada. They spend the winter along the SE coast-- mostly Florida and Georgia. Up where I am now (NE Illinois) we have the Yellow Palm Warbler subspecies migrating through. They breed in eastern Canada and a few of the northernmost areas of NE & Central US.
He is so cute.
Fantastic photos! The background blends perfectly with the colors in this bird.
Warblers are hard to see much less photograph. This is a beauty! Great photos!!!
Lucky you! Catching him as he was passing through. Gorgeous series of photographs.
Oh how lovely!!!
It's a lovely bird, fantastic photos Brian. The first time I ever saw one was in Florida many years ago. I haven't seen one since.
What a treat for you ... and then for us. He's got lots of personality too :D)
Congrats on the finding! Sweet captures!
These are wonderful. Aren't palm warblers fun? I'm impressed you got so many nice, sharp photos. Usually, when I see them, they don't stay still for long.
Oh, Brian, these shots are delightful! Wonderful photography as always! Glad you finally got to see one!
Incredible the beauty of these birds. Lovely little birds in contact with the nature.Best wishes from Brazil: Geraldo
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