Saturday, June 18, 2016

Canada Warbler (Cardellina canadensis) - 21May2016

One thing the East Coast has over the West Coast is Wood Warblers.  We have more of them and arguably better looking ones.  Sure the Red-faced Warbler or Painted Warbler are a couple exceptions, but for the most part we have the mostly sought after warblers in North America.  If I move to the West Coast at some point, I will still need to come back and get my Wood Warbler fix.  The Canada Warbler is one of those sought after birds.  The combination of the eye ring, yellow and black/gray color scheme and beautiful necklace really can't be improved upon.  This bird was captured up at Craggy Gardens in the dwarf Beech forest which by itself is a stunning reason to take the trip up there.

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