Wednesday, May 02, 2007

walk with me wednesday, with the warblers

You might want to bring these along...

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.....my friends are back! Yesterday, I heard them arrive! The wood was full of song!

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northern parula

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yellow rumped warbler

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common yellow throat

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Hello!

8 comments:

judy said...

OMG! I can't believe it. Not only did they arrive, but you were able to get pictures! You are truly the Pan of the bird world.

Judy said...

Great pictures! I know they took alot of time to get, you have patience. And in case I forgot thanks for the tomato seedlings, they are truly appreciated.

meresy_g said...

Great photos. I don't know much about warblers. I once worked with a woman who could identify any warbler just by hearing it sing. And she made this cool "Pshhhtt, Pshhhtt" sound that they were curious of and would hop down to branches close to her. Something for me to aspire to, knowing warblers.

Pat K said...

What amazing pictures. Especially "Hello".

elise said...

I need to find my hummingbird feeder!! Its one of those big red strawberry shaped ones, how could I lose that!!

Artis-Anne said...

Oh what fantastic photos .They must have taken some time but so worth it , many thanks for sharing them :)
So interesting to see what birds frequent your part of the world. Whilst we were away we were watching buzzards, kestrels,amongst others and we heard but didn't see the first cuckoo of the season.

cyndy said...

Hi all-

Actually, the photos didn't take long at all! The quince and forsythia bushes are right near the house...I took lots of photos, the hard part was getting the warblers to hold still ;-)

cindy said...

Your bird pics are wonderful! I love the hummingbird.

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