Tag: warblers

Simple Clicks – Common Yellowthroat

Among the spring warblers, I always consider the Common Yellowthroat to be a special capture.  Despite the implication of its name, in my experience the Common Yellowthroat is…

BRENT PENNINGTON A female Yellow Warbler hunts for insects in the brush around her nest at Sapsucker Woods, part of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, in Ithaca, NY, on the morning of 21 May 2015.

Yellow Warbler

For me, one of the sure signs that the spring/summer birding season has begun is my first sighting of a Yellow Warbler.  These bright, active, and sometimes cheeky…

BRENT PENNINGTON A Yellow-rumped Warbler adult male (Myrtle) hunts for insects in the trees along Lackawanna Lake near Bullhead Bay on the evening of 04 May 2014.

A new species – the Yellow-rumped Warbler

Sometimes you just get lucky.  I was paddling back toward the boat launch at Bullhead Bay the other evening, at the end of a 4-mile circuit of the…

More Eales Preserve Birds

Went back to the Eales Preserve yesterday morning at sunrise anticipating a decent sunrise and some more spectacular birding.  I had hoped to make some stunning sunrise images…

Yellow-rumped Warblers

This proud looking guy is a “Myrtle Warbler” Yellow-rumped Warbler.  I have no idea what’s up with the “Myrtle Warbler” part, except that based on the coloring, the…

Yellow Warbler

These little guys are a frequent sight here, since they’re a frequent sight for me in the field.  But best of all, they’re a little bird with some…

A Good Morning

Nope, I didn’t forget to post – just running a bit late today. Had another of those frustrating weekends where the conditions just didn’t quite match up with…