In my endeavors to keep bringing you new and exciting images, I dug back through my files and came upon these photos a a Wilson’s Warbler (Wilsonia pusilla) that were captured near the water treatment ponds at Eldorado, Texas, several weeks ago. One major difference between the Wilson’s Warbler and the Yellow Warbler in my post yesterday is that the Wilson’s has a dark patch atop it’s head. The bottom photo is a juvenile, so the patch isn’t as dark yet.
All photos were taken with my Canon EOS 7D with 500mm lens with 1.4 tele-converter attached. Hand-held at 1/640 sec, shutter priority, hand-held.