I was out trying to photograph wild turkeys in a friends woods just south
of Corning. Among the small birds was a golden-crowned kinglet.  It was so
close, 3 feet, that I could not focus on it. I watched it probe the small
branches on the hemlock I was next to.   I heard a few "seep" voices above,
so I suspect there was at least on other.  Isn't this very late to be
seeing these?

No luck on the turkeys, so this softened my disappointment on the turkeys.

Paul Schmitt

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