• Black-and-white Warblers, or, the Striped Nuthatch-Creeper-Warbler

    3 monthes ago - By 10,000 Birds

    Mid-to-late April keeps birders in the northeastern United States on edge as we want to see every species as it arrives and we don't want to miss anything. We had some great birding in New York City parks this past weekend and I managed to get my Queens wood-warbler count up to nineteen for the year. And while the bright and colorful wood-warblers are always a crowd-pleaser, I spent some time paying attention to our colorless wood-warbler this weekend, Mniotilta varia , the Black-and-white Warbler .
    The Black-and-white Warbler often creeps on tree trunks and branches, even upside-down...
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