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"Hermit Warbler"
Hermit Warbler:    The Hermit Warbler was named by John Kirk Townsend, who first described the species from a pair he collected on May 28, 1835, at Fort Vancouver near the Columbia River (now Vancouver, Washington). Townsend and his friend Thomas Nuttall, noted the bird was a "remarkably shy and solitary bird, retiring into the darkest and most silent recesses of the evergreens ..." (Audubon, 1841, "The Birds of America", vol.2).

 
July ... Larch Mountain, Oregon ...

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Hermit Warbler, male, Larch Mountain, Oregon. Hot but breezy. Image taken July 7, 2014. Panasonic Lumix G5, 200z.
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Hermit Warbler, male, Larch Mountain, Oregon. Hot but breezy. Image taken July 7, 2014. Panasonic Lumix G5, 200z.


July ... Larch Mountain, Washington ...

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Hermit Warbler, male, Larch Mountain, Washington. Nice summer day. Image taken July 9, 2014. Canon EOS 7d, 400mm.


December ... Vancouver, Washington ...

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Hermit Warbler, female, Vancouver, Washington. In backyard. Image taken December 19, 2010. Canon Rebel T1i, 300z.



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