Green-breasted Mango - Concord, NC
23 November 2000
The following photos were taken with a 500mm F/8 mirrored lens on 800 ASA print film.
The resulting print was then scanned and enlarged. The fact that anything came out
at all was a major stroke of luck!
Thanks to Lori Turner for allowing birders to invade her backyard! Many thanks also
for the wonderful hospitality shown us by her, her neighbors (The Love's),
and the many NC area birders
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Full view, note the Cinnamon stripe extending down the sides from the bill.
Better view of the back
View of some of the tail feathers, showing limited white tips and significant rufous area.
More tail feathers.
Looking for more photos of this bird? Take a look at the shots on
Eric and Celia Dean's web pages.
I can see that Eric's technique can really advance the documentation of rare birds. The ability
to get immediate feedback in the field and KNOW that you have the shot is really impressive!