Friday, September 25, 2009

Blue-headed Vireo

It was a gorgeous day on Putney Mountain - clear, crisp air - brisk wind - changing fall colors - but very few hawks. I finally dragged my tripod up so I could have my camera fixed on the plastic owl which sometimes attracts the attention and animosity of a passing sharpie. Alas, the few sharpies were high over head, and not interested. But with good company, and great scenery, I can still think of few better ways to spend a morning.

There were a few Yellow-rumped Warblers doing their flycatching act, and the ever-present chickadees (tits for any one from across the pond) ... and just before I left, I succeeded in phishing down this Blue-headed Vireo, curious about the strange creature making strange sounds.

Good birding ... regardless of the number of birds!

5 comments:

Chris said...

Hi Chris,
beautiful! I love it attitude, like trying to observe you too! Very beautiful shot and very nice bird that I've never seen!

forestal said...

wonderful shot

eileeninmd said...

Great shot of the Vireo!

Debbie Miller said...

Cute Blue-headed Vireo it looks as interested in you as you are in it ... great capture

Steve B said...

Yes it was an beautiful day, if not a bit windy. I actually passed though your town on the way up Rt 30 to visit my old home town.

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