Out on a Limb

I am pretty sure this is a juvenile Yellow Rumped Warbler. I have a very poor photo of a female warbler with yellow cap feeding this one. Photo was taken mid July at Green lake Provincial Park, BC, 7D II, 500mm, f/4, 1/1000, ISO 800.

Photo is cropped and I removed a protruding branch poking out the front of the frame.

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Very nice capture, David! I like the light on the bird and the details are excellent. It definitely looks like a baby. A tighter crop that put more focus on the bird and less on the stick might work also.

Great pose and excellent detail, David. Definitely a juvenile something, and your ID could well be correct, but I’m not sure. They don’t show much yellow at that stage. I think this corp works just fine.