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Yellow-rumped Warbler (Dendroica coronata) User: Chris  (See all photos - 1327)
United States (Washington) A technique that worked again - staying motionless and having the bird come towards me. Just across the border from BC in Point Roberts, Washington.
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Date: April 15, 2018
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A technique that worked again - staying motionless and having the bird come towards me. Just across the border from BC in Point Roberts, Washington.
· Date: April 17, 2018 · Views: 24
· Dimensions: 1600 x 1073 ·
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sashah
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Registered: May 2011
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April 17, 2018 16:48

I agree 100% this is the best technique, I always use it. Superb shot of this beauty. Nice job Chris!
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Sue
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April 17, 2018 22:23 Rating: 10.00 

Gorgeous shot,Chris.
Love the yellow throat!
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lou_dav
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April 18, 2018 02:59

You really nailed that one. Great technique indeed.
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April 18, 2018 03:45

Thanks all. Yes I’ve started to note the behaviour of foraging songbirds when a human is standing nearby. From what I can tell, there seems to be an invisible perimeter that extends out about 15-20 feet. Outside of that, movement doesn’t seem to affect the behaviour of the foraging bird. Inside that range, I find that passerines tend to change direction and move off slowly with any detectable movement. Of course this varies greatly by species, habitat, conditions etc but is something I’ve kept an eye on more often while keeping in mind the health of the bird.
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