Prothonotary In The Open

Prothonotary In The Open

This doesn’t happen often, a Prothonotary Warbler in the open. I took more photos than I should have, and the distance was borderline.

Prothonotary In The Open
Prothonotary In The Open

The love to nest in dark swamps, Cypress Tree knees are preferred.

Prothonotary In The Open
Prothonotary In The Open

The young hatch, grow, and leave, in some ridiculous short time.

Prothonotary In The Open
Prothonotary In The Open

Anyway, the pretty little bird sat there long enough for me to hold down the shutter, a lot. Most likely this will be it until next year.

 

2 thoughts on “Prothonotary In The Open”

    1. This is part of the annual ‘craze’ here. Charleston is the place photographers go to when they need to recharge or retire. Basically it means ‘bring your A game’.

      These small warblers make a brief appearance around the swamps to nest. They bring out the other ‘colorful’ creatures, the ones with a long single eye sticking out of their face…

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