Blackburnian Warbler

Hey guys, welcome back. Today a truly awesome looking bird, the blackburnian warbler. An eastern warbler, the blackburnian is found pretty much only in the eastern half of the US during migration. They only breed in the northeast, and the upper elevations of the Appalachians. As well as southeastern Canada. Their backs are black and... Continue Reading →

Ovenbird

Hey guys, welcome back! Today's little bird, the ovenbird, may look like a tiny thrush, but it is in fact part of the wood warbler family! Just like some of the thrushes we've covered in the past, the ovenbird is a brown to olive-brown on top with a buffy-white breast filled with spots. Also like... Continue Reading →

Palm Warbler

Hey guys, welcome back! Today's bird is the Palm Warbler. Our second (of dozens) warbler species! These little guys typically show up in April, often at the same time, or just after, the Pine Warbler. They spend their summers in Canada, and are one of the northernmost breeding warbler species. In winter, the live in... Continue Reading →

Pine Warbler

Hey guys, welcome back! Well, we've made it to our first warbler. Warblers are considered by many to be the stars of spring migration. There are dozens of warbler species, nearly all of which share a couple of common traits; they're very small, they don't stick around long, and they are brightly colored (usually with... Continue Reading →

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