2020 Warbler Wrap-up

August 31, 2020  •  1 Comment

Warbler "season" is a fantastic time of year for me.  I love spending time afield hoping to photograph one of these little beauties in a nice pose that shows off their breeding plumage.  It doesn't last long though.  April through mid-June is about all the time I get to experience the height of warbler season.

There is approximately 32 species of warbler, plus a few hybrids, that I could come across each year.  I have never seen them all in one season.  In addition, I have never made a "wall worthy" photo of all the species I did see.  I always say, "There is next year."

I've recently published some photo essays of a more species specific nature and I hope you all enjoyed them.  This photo essay is my "warbler wrap up" for 2020.  You may see a couple repeat photos but I included one photo for each species of warbler I photographed in 2020.

When you hover your mouse over each photo, you will see the name of the warbler.  Don't hover if you want to test your warbler knowledge.

American RedstartAmerican RedstartMale

 

Bay-breasted WarblerBay-breasted WarblerMale

 

Black-and-white WarblerBlack-and-white Warbler

 

Black-throated Blue WarblerBlack-throated Blue Warbler

 

Black-throated Green WarblerBlack-throated Green Warbler

 

Blackburnian WarblerBlackburnian Warbler

 

Blackpoll WarblerBlackpoll Warbler

 

Blue-winged WarblerBlue-winged Warbler

 

Canada WarblerCanada Warbler

 

Cerulean WarblerCerulean Warbler

 

Chestnut-sided WarblerChestnut-sided Warbler

 

Common YellowthroatCommon Yellowthroat

 

Hooded WarblerHooded Warbler

 

Kentucky WarblerKentucky Warbler

 

Louisiana WaterthrushLouisiana Waterthrush

 

Magnolia WarblerMagnolia Warbler

 

Mourning WarblerMourning Warbler

 

Northern ParulaNorthern Parula

 

OvenbirdOvenbird

 

Palm WarblerPalm Warbler

 

Pine WarblerPine Warbler

 

Prairie WarblerPrairie Warbler

 

Prothonotary WarblerProthonotary Warbler

 

Tennessee WarblerTennessee WarblerMale

 

Worm-eating WarblerWorm-eating Warbler

 

Yellow WarblerYellow Warbler

 

Yellow-rumped WarblerYellow-rumped WarblerMyrtle Warbler

 

Yellow-throated WarblerYellow-throated Warbler

 

That's it.  I hope this made you wonder a little bit about the beauty in our woods and fields.  They are there.  You just need to get out and look.

Until next time,

Dan


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Marianne(non-registered)
Dan, I couldn't pick a favorite. they are all beautiful. love the pictures.
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