Fall Migration in Play

Lost count of the mosquito bites I got waiting for this Chestnut-sided Warbler to appear within a magnolia.
Blue-winged Warbler.
Canada Warbler.
Focus is unnecessary for American Redstarts.
Cape May Warbler.
The early migratory “eh-eh-eh” of Red-breasted Nuthatches ravaging our conifers is very welcome.
Yellow Warbler making some noise, too.
Just enough to tell this is a Warbling Vireo.

1 Response to “Fall Migration in Play”


  1. 1 Ginger Klein August 29, 2020 at 10:32 am

    fabulous, diverse series. I can’t begin to see these with naked eye. Thank you.


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