12 April 2009


Despite their being rather more of the male red-wings visible, they were harder to photograph; both generally further away and less likely to be holding still, rather than daring at one another, going into mantling displays, and looking for a spot with better acoustics.
Usually, I'm reasonably pleased with a bird photo if I can tell reliably what bird it is; that doesn't hold up so well as a criteria with male red-winged blackbirds in breeding plumage, since even at the level of blurred blobs one can often tell what it is. Still, these will do.

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