April 26th to 30th 2012
During the heavy rains on the 29th of this month there were so many warblers that we were amazed. There were hundreds of Warblers in all the trees, we have never seen so many at once, so we decided to make a Warbler journal because we took so many photos. Here are a small amount of the photos of the Warblers for the 26th to 30th.
Common Yellowthroat Male Warblers at some locations are still singing for females and territory.
A couple of Wilson’s Warblers were seen among the hundreds of others in the heavy rain of the 29th.
We thought we had seen a lot of Yellow-rumped Warblers during the week but on the 29th there were more than we could begin to count. Every tree and shrub had dozens in it no matter where we walked. The ones with the white throats are Myrtle Yellow-rumped Warblers and the ones with yellow throats are Audubon’s Yellow-rumped Warblers.
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