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By oldisnew45
#91359
I saw a Myrtle yellow rumped this evening
it was sifting through ground debris and so I didn't think it was a warbler because I never have seen one do that.
The yellow was like nothing ive ever seen! I am so grateful for the encouragement ive received here. I truly believe that is why im discovering beauty in the most unlikely places.
By jewill
#91360
There seems to be way more Myrtle Yellow-rumps this year than in previous years. Usually I would see maybe 1 or 2 a year, the rest being Audubon’s. This year it’s the opposite. I think I’ve only seen a couple of Audubon’s (and only photographed 1), yet lots of Myrtle’s.
That’s been my experience anyway…others may differ.
And you’re right…they are beautiful birds.
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