A very plain warbler with no bold markings except a patch of orange on its crown which is very rarely visible. Still a beautiful bird.
A beautiful songbird of black and yellow with distinctive black streaking that branches out from a black neck band. Bold white wing bars and a white eye ring complete this stunning bird.
This small warbler has a chestnut colored cheek patch and a bright yellow collar. An olive green back with black streaking and a white markings on the wing makes this songbird a beautiful sight.
Moving rapidly through the dense bushes and branches this very energetic, medium-sized warbler is blue-steel gray above, has a bold eye-ring and a distinctive black necklace across its bright yellow breast making it one of the easier gems to identify.
Weighing less then half an ounce the Blackpoll is one of our most impressive long distance migrants. Some take the migratory route over the Atlantic Ocean which is 1,800 miles flying non stop for over 72 hours.
One of our most common warblers, the adult male has a coal black eye in contrast to his buttery yellow body with chestnut streaks on his chest. His loud, sweet song is a familiar sound through out the summer. Listen for it on woodland edges, stream side willows, and thickets.
The Northern Waterthrush sings a loud, ringing song from swamps and bogs. During migration it can also be found in the wet spots of parks and back yards.
A very energetic warbler that is always on the move in search of insects. It is coal black with brilliant orange markings on the sides, wings and tail.
A bird of the deep forest during migration it can be seen in a variety of habitats, including parks and gardens.
A beautiful bright golden yellow with blue-gray wings and tail and an olive-yellow back. Its jet black eye stands out on its all yellow head. It is also one of two Warblers that build their nests in holes of standing dead trees.