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Uploaded by: gardner48197

Tuesday January 24, 2012

Ypsilanti Township, MI

Caption: Haven't seen one of these, before! Maybe a female?

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Manufacturer: NIKON

Model: COOLPIX L120

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Light Source: 0

Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode.

Focal Length: 94.5 mm

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4. gardner48197
10:19 PM GMT on January 24, 2012
Thank you all, so much!! Blended in well with the Maple bark. He/she did cruise up the tree, and then I lost track. Not too much to photograph on a cold, grey day, here in Michigan.
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3. beanhead
10:16 PM GMT on January 24, 2012
Fantastic!
It's hard to get good images of this bird.
The female & male look the same, only the juvenile would have more spots on its underparts.
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2. luvne32
10:10 PM GMT on January 24, 2012
Journey just beat me to it! I went to get my bird book, and also confirmed Brown Creeper. They usually creep up the trunk, fly down to the bottom, and creep back up. My book does not distinguish between male and female.
I never thought I'd be "armchair birding." ! Pretty comfortable way to do it in the winter.
Nice catch.
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1. JourneysEnd
10:04 PM GMT on January 24, 2012
Good grief!! I've been trying to photograph a brown creeper that shows up here for years! Never can get close to him! Very nice!
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8/2015: Greetings from Michigan, where we get quite a wide variety of weather changes throughout the four seasons! Originally I found this site, for the weather, and the photos kept drawing my interest! Decided to get my first digital camera in 2010, and have since upgraded to a Nikon P530. Truly an amazing, eye-opening hobby! This is a great community, so many excellent photographers and friends, so little time! I do read and appreciate every comment and email that I receive! I would like to thank everyone who contributes, for all of the great inspiration and feedback! Sometime down the road I would still like to get a DSLR camera, but for now I just hope to send a small view of life from the Great Lakes State. Home of the University of Michigan Wolverines! Go Blue! -James

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