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Sedge Wren

Photo of the Week (September 15th, 2019)

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A new camera! My first new camera body in over 6 years, a Canon 90D. The weather wasn't great this weekend for trying to shoot birds. I went out both Saturday and Sunday mornings, but it was really windy Saturday morning, and extremely foggy Sunday morning. With the fog Sunday, the only birds I was going to shoot were those VERY close, and fortunately I had some cooperative Sedge and Marsh Wrens at a local wetland. It really is amazing how many of both species there are this time of year, as it seems ever cattail marsh has Marsh Wrens, and every nearby wet meadow has sedge wrens. Here they were intermingled at the edge of a large marsh.

Sedge Wren - Cistothorus platensis

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