Monday, January 23, 2012

Tuesday Tweets

chestnut-sided warbler
The chestnut-sided warbler is a wood warbler that breeds in the eastern half of Canada and north eastern portions of the United States. We do have a breeding population here in Minnesota in the north eastern part of the state. I photographed this bird last may as it was migrating north from its wintering grounds in Central or northern South America. During the winter they often mix in with flocks of tropical warblers.

Welcome to the second edition of Tuesday Tweets. We got off to a slow start last week but that means that it should not be too hard to find more people to participate this week. To join in the fun, just post a photo of a bird on your blog then come here and enter your information in the inlinz tool down below. Don't forget to put a link back to here on your blog and the pretty little banner photo. Then visit all of the sites that participate to see a lot of cool bird pics.





6 comments:

sarah said...

Nice pic-Warblers are not easy to photograph as they hide in shrubs or brush

Crafty Gardener said...

very nice warbler photo, I cheated a bit and added some bird photos of the Stellar Jays from a little while ago.

Aviaries said...

Warblers are just cute! Thanks for the post. It is certainly very informative one.

Sue H said...

Love the warbler picture! I enjoy reading your blog and all the interesting information you share. Thanks for a great blog!

Crafty Gardener said...

I've added some red shafted flickers in today's post.

heather @ what's blooming this week said...

Added my very poor pictures of the cardinal that frequents our backyard - my photography is a work in progress. But I'm having fun.