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By revs
#87403
Got out a bit last weekend on the north shore and scored a few shots of Ruby-crowned kinglets actually displaying their sometimes hard to see crowns.
Not sure what was going on but there were a few of them all flying around, along with bushtits and at least 3 Anna's hummingbirds.

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Thanks for having a look :)
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By zwest
#87405
Great shots Paul. I was at Capilano River a week ago and one of those kinglets jumped in front of me, landing on a branch maybe 2 feet from my face and did that red crown spiky thing. It was funny, and a 50mm lens would have been perfect. :lol:
By revs
#87408
zwest wrote:Great shots Paul. I was at Capilano River a week ago and one of those kinglets jumped in front of me, landing on a branch maybe 2 feet from my face and did that red crown spiky thing. It was funny, and a 50mm lens would have been perfect. :lol:
They move around so fast, you almost have to anticipate where they are going to land next and aim there instead.
By jewill
#87441
The Ruby-crowned kinglet shots are sweet Paul. Cute little Bushtit and hummer as well.
Thanks for sharing.

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