Tag Archives: Warbler

Black-and-white Warbler

Black-and-white Warbler I went out this morning hoping to photograph the Yellow-throated Vireo. No luck on that but I did get a good look at this Black-and-white Warbler. Birds are back and in high numbers all over the Prairie Garden … Continue reading

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Ovenbird in a Redbud

Ovenbird On our way to a picnic lunch today I heard an Ovenbird calling. I stopped to get a picture but the bird refused to come out of the deep shadows in a cedar thicket. I kept waiting and hoping … Continue reading

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Prairie Warbler More migrants arrived with the storm last night. In a hedgerow near the PGT Maintenance Building I saw my first Henslow’s Sparrow, Indigo Bunting and Prairie Warbler. I was able to get close to the warbler and and … Continue reading

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PGT Bird Walk – 7 AM on Saturday April 26, 2014

Northern Parula A Spring Bird Walk will be held at the Prairie Garden Trust (PGT) this coming Saturday. It is free and open to the public. The walk starts at 7 AM sharp (rain or shine) and usually finishes before … Continue reading

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Yellow-rumped Warbler

Yellow-rumped Warbler I photographed this bird in front of the PGT Visitor Center this morning. They are heading north to nest in Canada. This is a good bird to practice taking pictures of since they are sluggish; at least compared … Continue reading

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Ovenbird

Ovenbird I just heard my first Ovenbird of the year. Ovenbirds are another one of the Warblers that nest here. I heard the bird in the Eastern Valley as we were walking back from a picnic lunch. I didn’t have … Continue reading

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