Tall Grass | Common Yellowthroat | New York

Warblers are some of the most brilliant and beautiful birds.

They are also some of the most challenging to get a look at. Never mind a decent photo.

Common Yellowthroats fit right into that category.

When I see a Common Yellowthroat it is usually as they dart through some bushes or underbrush.

Contently in motion is the Common Yellowthroat.

I don’t see them too often. I am able to capture a photo of a Common Yellowthroat even less frequently.

Then I am able to create an image of a Common Yellowthroat that I really like and that turned out well even more seldom.

I was treated with a beautiful opportunity to photograph the Common Yellowthroat this year out at Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge in New York.

There was a great moment, and tha’s all it was a moment or moments, where some Common Yellowthroats appeared and moved alonmg the tall grasses at the refuge. And the Common Yellowthroats actually stayed in sight.

Photo details: Nikon D500. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420mm. ISO 400. 1/5000 sec. f/5.6.

Common Yellowthroat

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