Palm Warblers


Palm Warblers are making their way north in their Spring migration to their breeding grounds in the upper Great Lakes, Maine, and Canada.

Here’s some of my sightings.


Palm Warblers


Watch for yours enroute through or for arrival!



33 thoughts on “Palm Warblers

  1. Eric spots some warblers in the trees around here, but they’re so small, move so fast and hardly ever sit still so I just catch glimpses. Amazing to catch these evasive little ones. I’m truly impressed!

  2. How lucky you were to see them. I haven’t knowlingly seen one around here, but two weeks ago happened to see a yellow warbler along our shore while out on my dock. It was brilliant against the muddy shoreline at low tide. I’m sure it was on its way through, just as the ones you spotted. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thank you, Deborah! You’re right, they are mid/center to east U.S. only. They blend in real well but when they fly, we get a flash of yellow that helps us follow these fast birdies to their next spot to hide! πŸ™‚

  3. It’s so nice to see these warblers, I hope they will visit my backyard this year. Your photos are beautiful, Donna. πŸ™‚

  4. I’ve been enjoying the warbler migration all week. They are the highlight of my birding year. It seems like every year I have to refresh my memory as to who is singing what! πŸ˜‰

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