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Approaching a perch
Ruby-crowned Kinglet:
Ruby-crowned Kinglets are olive-green birds with a prominent white eyering and white wingbar.
Ruby-crowned Kinglets breed in tall, dense conifer forests such as spruce, fir, and tamarack. In winter and during migration, also look for them in shrubby habitats, deciduous forests, parks, and suburbs.
Backyard, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA
Date taken
March, 2021
Scientific name
Regulus calendula
Equipment used
Nikon D90, SIGMA 80-400/4.5-5.6 DG OS. plus a 1+1/4 extender. Hand held
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Lovely detailed action shot, lighting, setting and capture KC, lovely job and many tfs.
superb stop action capture of this little cutie, KC, perfect timing, top quality work, many tfs!!
WOW what a superb action shot, excellent freeze of action not easy at all for small birds, great work Helwa g/f.
That is very good, KC...great freezing of the action and wing position.
A brilliant well timed and colourfully lit capture, KC. Brilliant detail, well done.

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