Adult Palm Warblers are easy to recognize with their brown cap, but this
juvenile left me scratching my head. I think it's a young Palm Warbler.
This next cute little Palm Warbler on the ground was so small I didn't see it. My son
pointed it out and asked me what kind of bird it was.
A gentleman on the wetland boardwalk replied that it was a LBB, a
Little Brown Bird. I laughed, and went home and looked it up. I think
it's a Palm Warbler.
I was standing in front of a
nest hoping she would
stand up to stretch so I could peek at her eggs when I spotted a
I was snapping pictures and didn't notice until later that I'd
photographed two different warblers.
The little tricksters switched
places, hopping branch to branch while I was distracted with keeping the
camera both aimed at them and adjusted for the changing light
as they moved in and out of the shadows of the leaves. They were some of
my first warblers.
Another Palm Warbler posed on the
peaking of warbler ways, they do lift their tails a lot, don't they? I
guess they want us to see how very yellow they are.
This one was kind enough to pause on the boardwalk rail briefly before
it zipped off in that here and then gone again warbler way.