Thursday, October 11, 2012

Oatka Creek Park • October 10

Yellow-rumped Warbler. There are a lot of these birds in the park at the moment. They seem to be content with eating the Poison Ivy berries as seen here.

Yellow-rumped Warbler with Poison Ivy Berry

Yellow-rumped Warbler

Belted Kingfisher. These birds are becoming increasingly camera shy. I had to peak through gaps in the leaves from *way* off in order to get this shot.

Red-bellied Woodpecker. This woodpecker had evidently found an insect nest as it excavated the site for a long time, frequently swallowing the morsels it was digging out. 

Maple Hill. The colors continue to advance.

Yellow-rumped Warbler. On the way back to the parking lot, I ran into these warblers again. One was very curious about my whisper spishing.

Yellow-rumped Warbler. It just couldn't figure out the sounds I was making and contorted its head in every possible angle in an attempt to understand!