Monday, November 08, 2010

Hermit Thrush

The Hermit Thrush epitomized the songbird fall out at Cape May, October 29-30. Dozens moved through the trees, bushes, and vines in a feeding frenzy. Here are images of one Hermit Thrush:


Good birding!

9 comments:

forestal said...

wonderful photos Chris.

dan

Hilke Breder said...

Stunning pics, Ghris, particularly the first one and the close-up! I ran into Phyllis B.; she was amazed at the number of migrating Hermit Thrushes at Cape May. Please alert me the next time a fall-out is expected.

Chris said...

Wow Chirs, that first shot is splendid.... Right in action... you got it well mate, well done!! That's a bird we seldom see over here.... compare to the redwing which is everywhere!

dAwN said...

Wowee Chris..those are some awesome photos.
One of my favorites!

Jerry Hiam said...

Thanks for sharing these amazing thrush photos! FYI shortly after reading your Reformer column, my feeder in Westminster West was invaded with Pine Siskins... good prediction!

Steve Borichevsky said...

Stunning photos. Well done.

Jen said...

These photos are really beautiful! Nothing better than a bird with a mouthful!

Monique et Daniel said...

Superbes photos de ces oiseaux sympatiques !

Larry said...

Holy smokes-those are some outstanding photos!-Not just the quality of the images but the poses that go along with it.

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