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Black-throated Green Warbler

Setophaga virens

OK, if you could ma'am...come over here to the spruce tree...could you sit there?  No...just a little to the right...little more...little more, so we can see the spruce cone...ok...STOP!  Could you give me a side view, with a touch of eye contact? THERE!!!

Ah, if only.  Not very often a bird lands in a perfect spot for a photo and gives you a nice pose.  However, that's what this female Black-throated Green Warbler did while we were on a vacation in Acadia National Park in Maine in 2012.  I have such a tough time getting warbler photos to begin with, given how active they are.  Was nice to get a warbler in such a great setting for a change.

Black-throated Green Warbler - Setophaga virens

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