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  Warbler Sightings

Published: September 04, 2020
Tags: Migration, black-and-white warbler, chestnut-sided warbler, mourning warbler, magnolia warbler, canada warbler, wilson's warbler, yellow-rumped warbler, common yellowthroat, blue-winged warbler, american redstart, cape may warbler, blackburnian warbler, tennessee warbler, black-throated green warbler

Warblers migration has really picked up and I'm enjoying seeing these little jewels again.  They are truly a treat and a delight!

But fall birding is more difficult: picking out birds in trees that still have the majority of their leaves is tough, many of the warblers are wearing their "fall colors" (they are in basic / non-breeding plumage) and are harder to identify, and the birds hardly sing at this time of year making it harder to find them.

In spite of these challenges, I've managed a few photos of these beauties.  I only wish the photos did them justice!

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Black-and-white Warbler

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Chestnut-sided Warbler

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Mourning Warbler (female)

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Magnolia Warbler

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Canada Warbler

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Another Canada Warbler

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Wilson's Warbler

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A young Yellow-rumped Warbler

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Common Yellowthroat

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Blue-winged Warbler

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American Redstart

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Another Canada Warbler - it's obviously a favorite of mine

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Cape May Warbler - this was a really interesting sighting. This guy came to the feeders and was checking out the grape jelly!

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Blackburnian Warbler

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Tennessee Warbler

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Black-throated Green Warbler



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