Monday, August 6, 2012

Tuesday Tweets

Black-throated Green Warbler
 The black-throated green warbler is a wood warbler that is found in the eastern portions of North America. The breed in Canada and the northern U.S., including northeast Minnesota. We typically only see them here in the southern part of Minnesota during migration, which is when I photographed this bird. Their is also a small subspecies of these birds that breed further south in the Appalachian Mountains.All of the black-throated green migrate south into Mexico, Central and South America for the winter.

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Gowri Saligram said...

Cute little bird, must be a difficult one to spot and photograph. Nice image.

Oh, and I shall try and post something for Tuesday Tweets. :)

Island Rambles Blog said...

I would love to find this bird here, we have some warblers but not this one! Great shot.