Just Warblers Chestnut-sided warblers, a feast for the eyes Chestnut-sided warbler Chestnut-sided warbler Louisiana waterthrush Louisiana waterthrush Louisiana waterthrush Ovenbird Ovenbird, several views warblers: chestnut sided, blackthroated green, yellow-rumped warblers: black-throated blue, common yellowthroat chestnut-sided warblers and an ovenbird black-throated green, parula and yellowthroat with song sparrow Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
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A pleasure to see Debby. Warblers have been my main subject this spring, though now that they’re gone I’m struggling with the breeding birds like Acadian Flycatchers or Great-cresteds that insist on looking away from you. It looks like you’re finding similar birds there, and often in the same pose!
We’re on the same wavelength, Ken. Flycatchers can be good, too, since they’re sort of sedentary and use the same perches a lot. I’ve been seeing more leasts than anything, so I’ll have to look harder and find the Acadians. Love those Great-cresteds, partly for their call.