Willow Flycatcher

Originally posted on Feathered Focus:
Hey guys, welcome back. Flycatchers. They’re a source of frustration amongst birders. To some, sparrows all look the same and warblers can become confusing in fall, but even they all have visual clues that can help. And while many flycatchers can be ID’d by sight, there’s still just as many that typically can’t. In those cases, you need to rely… Continue reading Willow Flycatcher

Canon 1DX Mark III: A Bird Photographer’s Review

Originally posted on Wickersham's Conscience:
Canon 1DX Mark III In April 2013, when WC left Olympus behind and bought a Canon 1DX, the camera had already been on the market about two years. But it was still the best camera Canon was offering, and WC was completely satisfied with the product. But over the course of the seven years that followed, camera technology improved… Continue reading Canon 1DX Mark III: A Bird Photographer’s Review

Return of Bird of the Week: Gray-cheeked Nunlet

Originally posted on Wickersham's Conscience:
Gray-cheeked Nunlet, Darién Province, Panama If there are puffbirds called “Monklets” you should have known there would be puffbirds called “Nunlets.” In fact, there is a whole genus of them, Nonnula, in which there are at least six species. The Gray-cheeked Nunlet is the only one of the six which WC has been able to photograph to date. It’s a… Continue reading Return of Bird of the Week: Gray-cheeked Nunlet