We shall call this Warbler Tree. Or, Brown Chested Chickadee Tree – but,really – Warbler Tree is more fitting.
This morning – an innumerable amount of Yellow Rumped Warblers were in the tree. At least I think they were yellow Rumped. In a couple of photos you could see a glimpse of yellow on the very top of their head, but none of them had yellow above the eyes there.
See the sparkle of yellow on his crown?
This guy is yellow! Yellow Warbler. Some say Orange Crowned. Seriously. It’s a Warbler – and Its Yellow, and there were only a few of them, not like the 20-30 Yellow Rumped ones.
I like the tanish lines on his feathers.
Might become my favorite spot, sitting in the back of hubby’s truck with a camera. Sun. Birds. View of the lake to the left. Nice spot!
What spring birds are multiplying in your neck of the woods?
Submitted to the May Blog Carnival at the Handbook of Nature Study.
What a cute bird!
I love your photos. We have very different birds in our area. No warblers that I know of.
Great job capturing the warblers in your warbler tree. They are so pretty! Thank you for sharing your May bird and your link with the OHC.
I can never see warblers, I think it is because they hide in trees and we have no trees in our yard. I love your pics and your camera!
My children have enjoyed looking at your pictures of the warbler. The warbler has come up in a few of our studies this year so they enjoyed seeing your pictures.
We are excited! We haven’t been long back from our daily walk and spotted aBlue Indigo Bunting on our walk. There’s a bog not far from our house ( I have some pictures of some pitcher plants on my blog from the bog) and at this bog they have signs saying we have them in this area, but no one ever sees them. We took pictures, but I’m not sure how well they’ll turn out.