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Warblers are difficult to videotape because they move around so much. This portrait of a male Chestnut-sided Warbler was not easy to pull off. I visited his territory on three different occasions and spent a lot of time praying he would sit still long enough for me to get some footage. More often than not, he would fly the moment I got him in focus. But my hard work paid off and I’m pretty happy with the results. How about you? © 2010 Lang Elliott musicofnature.org Category Pets & Animals License Standard YouTube License
Uploaded on Jun 2, 2011 Tennessee Warbler on his territory in the Maine boreal forest. © 2011 Garth McElroy License at http://www.paya.com/videos/135193 Category Pets & Animals License Standard YouTube License
Uploaded on May 22, 2011 Northern parula warbler in Maine forest. © 2011 Garth McElroy License at http://www.paya.com/videos/135195 Category Pets & Animals License Standard YouTube License
Uploaded on Feb 29, 2012 Blue winged Warbler singing on territory in a Connecticut woodlot. Typical song first then alternate call. ©JimZipp.com Category Pets & Animals License Standard YouTube License
Uploaded on May 22, 2011 Northern parula warbler in Maine forest. © 2011 Garth McElroy License at http://www.paya.com/videos/135195 Category Pets & Animals License Standard YouTube License
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This is one of my favorites—a Black-and-white Warbler flying from perch to perch, singing it’s high-pitched squeakyt song: wee-see-wee-see-wee-see (sounds like a squeaky wheel). This difficult exposure situation, with patchy sunlight and a bird composed of blacks and whites, shows how well my Canon 7D handles high contrast. Even in clips where portions of the bird are in full shade and other portions lit by sun, the results look really good (at least to me). I really do love this fabulous new technology! © 2010 Lang Elliott musicofnature.org
The Prothonotary Warbler warbler is fairly common in the Eastern United States. It is rare in Canada and only found in extreme southern Ontario. It can be found in deciduous woods along streams and in swamps. The head and underparts are a golden yellow. It has blue-gray wings with no wing bars. It has white undertail coverts along with white patches in the tail. Nesting is in tree cavities. The song is a loud and clear repeated “tweet”.
Singing mostly its alternate song.
A Black and White Warbler by The Lake in Central Park. A musical accompaniment added to soften the surrounding sounds and enhance the view of this delightful bird. New York City, April 2013.
Yellow-breasted Chat Singing.
Common Merganser
saw this warbler on the ground on the Cataract trail in Mount Tamalpais State Park.
This Wilson’s Warbler sings while we were hiking on Woods Creek Road in Benton County, Oregon.
This Virginia’s Warbler was discovered on 1 Jan. 2010 by Gary Bloomfield in his yard along Janes Creek in Arcata, CA. I enjoy my reply to the layperson that walks by and talks so loud that he causes the bird to fly as far away from us as possible. Oh well. This is the first chaseable Virginia’s Warbler in Humboldt County for over 10 years.
This warbler was found foraging and singing on the ground in the pine/oak forest near Flagstaff AZ.
Black-throated Gray Warbler visiting pond at NHM Wildlife Gardens.
Common Yellowthroat warbler in Maine.
The Yellow Warbler is one of seven nominees for Audubon California’s 2012 Bird of the Year.