- 1/800 sec
Black-capped Chickadee sitting atop my parent's bird feeder. I was unsure what the name of this bird was initially. My first result searching for Pennsylvania bird identification gave me not only the name of this bird but that this bird was also one of the most common songbirds in Pennsylvania.
Several birds had visited the feeder prior to me going outside with my camera and tripod. This was the last bird that I had photographed. My setup for over 20 minutes afterwards consisted of almost 1400 pictures (1/1000 second aperture at 1 second intervals) with an empty feeder.
Lens - AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G VR II @ 200mm on Nikon D5500