5 June 2017

A Late Spring Trip #6


There were several warbler species at the forest pool.................






Short-tailed Bush Warblers (also known as Asian Stubtails) are yet another skulking summer visitor and a species I don't photograph very often.............








Eastern-crowned Warblers were very common...............




You can see its distinctive head pattern in some of these poses;









This is (I think) a Sakhalin Leaf Warbler.....................


I didn't see or hear any Arctic Warblers in this part of the forest. There were lots of Japanese Bush Warblers singing but surprisingly none came to the pool. A Grays Grasshopper Warbler sang briefly nearby but that didn't appear either......................

6 comments:

  1. You got some great shots of the warblers at the pool

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  2. Wonderful series of images of a variety of birds. I envy you this little stroll through the forest.

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    1. Actually I was behind a blind the whole time.............I only strolled to and from there from the car!

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  3. Very nice pictures of the Asian Stubtails, a bird I have been hearing often but am yet to get on the sensor of my camera!

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    1. This place is accessible from Sapporo actually............

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