Orange-Crowned Warbler

This Warbler was trying to steal the Humming Bird Nectar-lol 🙂
The orange-crowned warbler has olive-grey upperparts, yellowish underparts with faint streaking and a thin pointed bill. It has a faint line over each eye and a faint broken eye ring. The orange patch on the crown is usually not visible. Females and immatures are duller in color than males. Orange-crowned warblers are distinguished by their lack of wing bars, streaking on the underparts, strong face marking or bright coloring.

First day of GBBC birds

It’s the first day of the GBBC (Great Backyard Bird Count) and the feeders are packed! Finches, Cardinals, Doves, Jays, Sparrows, and more are at the feeders.

Saturday Birding Trip!

These are not all of the images I got of birds from this birding trip, but they are some of the best ones.


Warbler photos

Need Warbler ID!!!

I am very certain that this is a warbler, and I think it could either be a female Yellow-rumped Warbler, or an Orange-crowned Warbler…

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology