Tuesday, May 21, 2013

The Wilson's Warbler is a quick little bird which we always look for in thickets and shrubs lower to the ground. The male is yellow with a black cap and a beginning birder might mistake it for a goldfinch at first glance.   Wilson's seem to be one of our later arrivals among the warblers, and like most, will travel on and not nest in our area.  TO SEE MORE PICTURES, GO UP AND TO THE RIGHT AND CLICK ON MAY 2013 OR ANY OTHER MONTH IN THE ARCHIVES