Monday, May 31, 2010

Wondrous Warblers

The spring season is always a magical time in the Midwest. Warmer temperatures bring along a wide array of colorful migrating warblers. Some delight us with their beauty throughout the summer months and others stop for only a brief visit as they make their way north.

A stunning Chestnut-sided Warbler searches for sustenance

A lovely Magnolia Warbler forages amid the branches

An energetic black-capped Wilson's Warbler pauses for a moment

A Blackburnian Warbler displays his vibrant orange throat feathers

The striking chestnut cap of a Palm Warbler

This yellow-bellied Nashville Warbler was spotted high in the treetops

A resplendent Yellow Warbler delights my ears with a bouncy tune

A Yellow-rumped Warbler hover-gleans magnificently in the tree canopy


Snowbabies said...

Stunning set of Birds :o)

Debbie Miller @HooootOwl said...

Magnificent migrant moments Julie! All Beautiful.
The Chestnut sided and Blackburnian warblers were lifers for me this year, I especially love those shots. And really appreciate the Wilson's warbler capture because that bird was a challenge for me this year. I kept missing those 'pause for a moment' moments. Sweet yellow rumped action, perfect wing span!

Kerri said...

Oh my Julie .... these are Marvelous! Great post!

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh what magnificent warblers, over here warblers are typically 'little brown jobs' but yours are stunning

Anonymous said...

Oh Julie~your photos are absolutely GORGEOUS!! I love the way you nature guides you!! The yellow bellied Nashville Warbler high in the tree tops is a stunning photo~great work my friend! Cathy

Idaho Birder said...

Great images of great warblers! Loved them all.

Anonymous said...

wonderful pictures!

Steve Ingraham said...


cindyzlogic said...

What a treasure-trove, Julie! I have no Warblers on my life-list :-( Great photog and ID!