Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Mandatory Post on Warblers

Here's Birder mandated post on warblers.  Those tiny jewels of the trees have been moving across North America.  They are great reminders of how amazing and beautiful our feathered friends are and how much they can accomplish on their own.  They find great habitats and amazing places to live and stopover.  But that doesn't mean that our efforts have ended.

Visit the American Bird Conservancy (www.abcbirds.org) and your local bird clubs to learn about the different efforts that are occurring across the nation.  What is your favorite warbler to see?

Yellow Warbler

Louisiana Waterthrush

Blue-Winged Warbler

Ovenbird

Wild Bird Wednesday - Link here

16 comments:

  1. Warblers are amazing! And tricky little devils! And as for the Louisiana Waterthrush, that bird is a stinker behind the branches! Congrats:)

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    1. They are! I missed Northern Waterthrush this year, that's a lovely bird too!

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  2. Yes they are all singing but dancing usually behind leaves!

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    1. They are tricky little birds! Sandpiper and gulls get us with their subtle differences, warblers are more a physical challenge

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  3. You are lucky to catch pictures of those little birds. Most of my attempts have failed.

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    1. Thanks, these are the just the best of. I will do a post in a few weeks of my misses and we can commiserate!

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  4. Beautiful collection of warblers. The Blue-winged is on my want to see list. Enjoy your day!

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    1. Blue Winged is a great warbler! I keep missing the golden-winged myself

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  5. Beautiful warbler shots! The blue-winged is my favorite.

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  6. I love the warblers. Can't wait for them to arrive each year.

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  7. Warblers drive me crazy - every time I get a shot focused it BAM! The bird is gone! I love your photos - mine are all "this is where a warbler USED TO BE."

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    1. haha, i will share some of my flops soon!

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  8. I'd be happy to see a warbler of any kind and be able to identify it....

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    1. Take a lot of practice, but the pay off is worth it!

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