It’s that time of year when little warblers seems to be almost everywhere in Central Florida.
I have been using the birds in my backyard as subjects as I practice with the new camera. Despite some errors in figuring out how to master the new mirrorless camera, I have been pleased with the results so far.
It’s the middle of August and not when you would expect to see some baby birds. But I spotted one poking its head out from a large cedar shrub.
I had quite a surprise this evening when looked up in our still-bare Winged Elm tree and noticed a flock of Cedar Waxwings was visiting.