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February 26, 2018

Bird of the Week – Wilson’s Warbler

The small, handsome Wilson’s Warbler tends to stay in dense, brushy vegetation, often near water. But the male sometimes comes out into the open to sing, staking out his territory.

Male Wilson's Warbler, Denali Highway

Male Wilson’s Warbler, Denali Highway

The black cap identifies the adult male; the female is less commonly seen, but has the same yellow face and chest. It’s always a treat to see them.

Camera geek stuff: f11, 1/250th, ISO 500.

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3 Responses to “Bird of the Week – Wilson’s Warbler”
  1. mike from iowa says:

    Snowgrift Snoozie better dust off her tour bus. Paul Revere(Dick) passed away at age 76(how ironic) and someone needs to warn the Bristish that Obama’s coming to take their guns. Mr Revere and his Raiders put out some interesting music in the late 60s. Snoozie,otoh,hasn’t.

  2. Zyxomma says:

    Lovely.

  3. mike from iowa says:

    Pretty bird,that.

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