Size and construction—giant, full-bodied, long-billed—make the Prothonotary Warbler an unlikely candidate for confusion with different warbler species. It can also be distinctive in plumage,... Read More ⟶
The uncommon visitor Black-and-White Warbler is considerably harking back to our resident Black-throated Gray Warbler however with the addition of a white central crown stripe and a white-streaked... Read More ⟶
Solid black cap, white cheek, and black-streaked back and underparts make the breeding-plumaged Blackpoll Warbler unmistakable.
Blackpoll Warbler profile
In all different plumages, nonetheless,... Read More ⟶
The Bay-breasted Warbler nests in boreal forests, normally with a spruce element, from southeastern Yukon throughout central Canada to the Northern Great Lakes, New England, and Atlantic Canada.... Read More ⟶
Palm Warbler is a largely brownish bird, with distinctive, yellow undertail covert. They have small white corners on their tails which might be seen in flight.
Palm Warbler profile
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Prairie Warbler has a brownish-green back with chestnut streaks, vibrant yellow underparts, black streaking on the perimeters, faint wing bars, a yellow eyebrow and darkish line by the attention,... Read More ⟶
The adult male Blackburnian Warbler in breeding plumage is immediately recognizable by the brilliant red-orange of the throat, higher breast, and face, the place it surrounds a darkish triangular... Read More ⟶
Hermit Warbler is a small, yellow-headed bird with distinctive, unstreaked flanks. They are white under and grey above, with white outer tail feathers and two white wing-bars. Males have black... Read More ⟶