Saturday, October 22, 2011

Butter Butts (II)


Been a while since I've posted these guys, eh? So here's some Yellow-rumped Warblers for you. Back in Tennessee for a bit and found these guys over at Radnor Lake. They weren't too obliging and were staying pretty high up snarfing the crap out of the sugarberries. Mmmm, what a tasty treat. World Bird Wednesday

18 comments:

Dina said...

Such a cute little bird. and beautiful clear pictures! I rarely see these in central Florida.

Arija said...

What a great name for these little ravenous cuties! You must have a really steady hand to get such good shots.

Seagull Steve said...

Whats a sugarberry? Can I find those in Captain Crunch?

Kala said...

Beautiful framing. Gorgeous photography.

Out on the prairie said...

Lovely catch on a fun little bird

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Gorgeous, GORGEOUS!

mick said...

Cute birds and lovely photos - the second one especially.

Modesto Viegas said...

Good catch. Nice series!!

Liz said...

Great series! What a gorgeous little bird!

Gary said...

Take care of them Jill. They maybe from here and they're beauties!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

missing moments said...

I've not seen these guys up here in Pennsylvania ... such little beauties!

Springman said...

I may try that Butter Butt nickname on Suzanne, or Sugarberry for that matter. I will be ready to eat crow in either case.
It's great to see these warblers in their natural setting. These are beautifully and delicately taken,scrumptious!

Andrew said...

Beautiful little to birds to see... thanks for sharing your wonderful images.

Pat said...

Such a lovely little bird - I love the nickname! Great series of shots.

Pat Ulrich said...

They are such delightful birds - and great to see in that setting with the berries!

Jean said...

You photographed them beautifully!
Wish a few would stop by my place.

Larry said...

Great shots of the Butter Butts Jill! One of my favorite Warblers even though we enjoy seeing them most of the year here in Northern California.

Love that second pose. It's hard to tell if she's looking at you or a berry ;-)

Dave said...

Georgous little bird and very well captured with the sprigs of berries