Thursday, May 7, 2015

The Elusive Warbling Vireo

One of our Warbling Vireos Singing
57 degrees on a sunny Sunday.

The lower gardens were filled with tree swallows, robins, chipping sparrows, yellow warblers and house wrens. Titmice, catbirds, song sparrows, cardinals, chickadees, blue jays and goldfinches were also present. Spring is heating up!

In the upper gardens, I saw a Baltimore oriole couple and this beautiful Warbling vireo singing. A red-winged blackbird was yakking and I had another opportunity to see some yellow rumps. Had a nice view and first sighting of some blue-gray gnatcatchers as well.

Soccer field was quiet except for some robins, orioles and yellow warblers.

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