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Common Yellowthroat, 17 Jun 2013
Common Yellowthroat
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One of the commonest migratory birds here at the 44th parallel is also one of the smallest yet most striking to look at. The Common Yellowthroat skulks around in roadside tangles and backyard shrubbery, hollering “witchety, witchety, witchety!” The male even wears a Lone Ranger mask.
This image is available in the editions below.
Edition of 25: 17" x 22" giclée prints (14.25" x 19" image area). Numbered and signed by the photographer.† $120.00
Open edition: 13" x 19" giclée prints (11.25" x 15" image area). Signed by the photographer.† $70.00
Open edition: 8.5" x 11" giclée prints (6" x 8" image area). Signed by the photographer.‡ $35.00
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†Printed on Hahnemühle William Turner Matt Fine Art Paper (310 GSM).
‡Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Fine Art Paper (308 GSM).
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