Monday, February 20, 2012

Tuesday Tweets

Blackburnian warbler The blackburnian warbler is easy to identify since it is the only warbler in North America that has an orange throat. They nest in south east Canada and the north eastern United States. They prefer coniferous forests and are highly territorial. During the winter they migrate down to South America. During migration they will often mix in with flocks of other species.

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Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Wonderful photo.

Regards and best wishes

Linda said...

That is a variety of warbler that I don't think we have in my part of the world. Very pretty bird.

I've got to add that the captcha that now shows on Blogger is very difficult to read and I usually don't comment on blogs that show it. So many people are complaining about this latest change to Blogger.

Maude Lynn said...

Beautiful capture!

NatureFootstep said...

a beautiful warbler.