The second unexpected warbler to visit my yard in the last few weeks, how I identified it, and why it can be so confusing…
The lifer that took me over a year to be positive about… And why that’s okay (and not that uncommon with warblers, actually)!
A brilliant bit of sunshine in the swamp, the prothonotary warbler is one of the brightest birds. But there’s much more to these warblers than just colorful plumage!
What’s not to love about a warbler with colorful and distinct markings, a widespread range and a quirky name? Meet the ovenbird!
This week’s featured bird is sunny all around – a sunny disposition, sunny plumage and a herald of sunny spring and summer days. Meet the yellow warbler!
There are many shades of blue, but when you spot this week’s featured bird, you’ll feel anything but the blues! Meet the lovely cerulean warbler.
Some days we all need a burst of cheer, and I got mine at a very needed time with this week’s featured bird – the yellow-throated warbler! Whenever you see one, it’s sure to brighten your day.
One of the most challenging parts of moving to a new part of the country is relearning what different seasons mean in terms of local avifauna, migration and breeding seasons. Here in Florida, autumn means the return of the wiggle-butts, AKA the palm warblers.