Here are a couple shots of a female Black-throated Blue Warbler I found back in September. Quite a bit different from the male! This one was taken a few years ago in May.
Have a wonderful Fourth of July and celebrate this great country. We may have our problems (who doesn’t?) but this is still a great place to live (and not just for the birds).
Perhaps our favorite warbler for two reasons: 1) He looks cool and 2) Only time we’ve ever seen him is in our backyard! Just add water and warblers magically appear! Note: We are out in the field for our 72-hour bird count. We will recap the three-day event in a few days. Besides checking bird
Migration seems to be delayed by 5-10 days in our area but has been steady and extremely enjoyable. This past week we have had more new year birds for the Callaway Nature Preserve. One of the highlights was a group of Wilson’s Warblers, a little yellow warbler with a neat black cap that looks like