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High up in the trees.

High up in the trees, I found a red shoulder hawk and a northern parula. There were also lots of woodpeckers in the trees, a pileated and two downys. Someone had left some seed on the boardwalk. The cardinal was … Continue reading

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They all look alike

This one looks like a female common yellowthroat. Although, it also looks like a female hooded warbler. The above two looks more like a female hooded warbler. Possible pine warbler. Or these could be a pine warbler. This is an … Continue reading

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Common and uncommon birds at Chesnut Park

Above are some of the common birds you see in the winter here. An Eastern phoebe, a catbird, a black and white warbler and a blue-gray gnatcatcher. Another common year round bird, the pileated woodpecker. Most of the time I … Continue reading

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Chesnut Park in September

The little titmouse are so cute. They are very curious. The titmouse was watching the yellow throated warbler going by. A very young red bellied woodpecker. He hasn’t got his red feathers on his head yet. A lady cardinal with … Continue reading

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Lots of little birds and a few big ones

Black and white warblers are hard to get. They stay close to the trunk in the shade. Downy woodpeckers usually let you get pretty close. Yellow throated warblers always stay up high. This one was hiding under a palm leaf. … Continue reading

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Still looks like Spring here

An upside down black and white warbler. At first I thought this was a palm warbler but when I cropped it up I noticed it was more yellow so I’m not sure what this is. A yellow throated warbler peaking … Continue reading

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Residents birds and birds passing through.

Yellow-throated warblers are moving through, heading south for the winter. I think this is a northern parula.   They are common right now but this one looks a little scruffy A male cardinal eating a berry. The female cardinal is … Continue reading

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Yellow birds at Fort Desoto

All above are white eyed vireos. Fairly common during migration. All of these are of a hooded warbler. The park was filled with these bright yellow birds with black hoods. They were not shy and would not freak out and … Continue reading

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A spring migration tease in late March.

My first sighting of the morning was a black and white warbler. Then a hooded warbler. Then a yellow rumpled warbler. These have been around most of the winter. A barn swallow sitting still. I’ve never seen one sitting still … Continue reading

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Lots of birds but nothing new.

A “yellow” bird. I think this is a white eyed vireo even though you can’t really see the white from this angle.  Thanks to Ken for IDing this as a bay breasted warbler. Matches my Stokes guide. Possible palm warbler. … Continue reading

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