A Sunshiny-Yellow Welcome


Back to the birds!  🙂  We are now in Montana for a month of exploring, making our way eventually towards Glacier NP.

As we weaved our way to our first new campsite, flashes of bright yellow criss-crossed our path above in the trees.  During campsite set-up, warbler song could be heard from all directions.

It was a sunshiny welcome of Yellow Warblers!


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Yellow Warbler (male)


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“Ball of Sunshine”

What’s even more awesome is they weren’t just passing through.  They are residing here, breeding around the campground.

Life is indeed sunshiny-yellow good!  🙂


46 thoughts on “A Sunshiny-Yellow Welcome

  1. How exciting– super neighbors! I love these photos, esp. the whimsical cocked eye checking you out. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your vacation sights with us, Donna!

  2. Lovely photos, Donna. How soon the birds surround you dear… Go ahead, make my day! Here we are specking lots of rain thanks to hurricane Elsa. 🙂

    • Thank you, HJ! They do make my day! 🙂 Hope the rains aren’t too heavy, it’s soaking our home now too. Florida. Too early for hurricanes already, not sounding too good for rest of season too. 😳

    • Thank you! I cannot believe the number of new lifer birds I’ve photographed this year already. I’ve been more successful than I thought I could have already. 🙂 It’s funny, some ‘new’ birds are at home too, but I didn’t photograph them until out west. Go figure!

  3. Soooo very good to see some sunshine coming your way! Glacier is stupendous (or at least it was back in the mid-70s!) I can’t help but wonder how many of the Glaciers are gone now…. If I had the ambition and stamina it could have been fun to compare, but hope you are having the time of your life up there in the mountains!!!! I wish you many new birds!!!! 🦆🦅🦉🦜 🤗

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