Magnolia Warblers – Gallery

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During a visit to Chesapeake Farms a few weeks ago, I was fortunate to see several Magnolia Warblers in the woods and thicket as they passed through on their way to their wintering grounds in Central America.

All shot from my car window!

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Magnolia Warbler

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Magnolia Warbler

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Magnolia Warbler’s pretty backside

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Foraging for insects

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Squeeeeeeze through the leaf stems to find those insects!

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Magnolia Warbler

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Did you know there are over 50 species of warblers in North America?  I’ve only captured eleven, so I still have many more to go!  😏

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49 thoughts on “Magnolia Warblers – Gallery

  1. I’m surprise that it isn’t cold yet where you are. Our morning are in the low 40’s F.
    Your warbler paradise might render great opportunities in the future. Thank you, Donna. πŸ™‚

  2. I think I have captured maybe four, so I’m quite impressed. These are wonderful photos!

    • πŸ˜‚ BIrds do like to do that, while throwing you a look over their shoulder! hehe

      50 warbler species, yes. Many I won’t be able to get because they are in parts of the country I’ll never go.

  3. Beautiful captures, Donna! While I have seen a couple species I will never see again, I’m happy when I see 20 warblers over an entire migration period. It’s too confusing to see them all at once anyway!

    • Thank you, Lisa! I know I’ll never see all the warblers, too many in remote areas of the country I’ll never go. And they’re so quick, I am enjoying trying to keep up with them.

    • Thank you, Belinda! Oh no, I’ll never see all those warblers, lol. Many are in small regions somewhere far from me, their own little breed. I’m not a chaser, I like them coming to me! 😁

    • Thank you, Simon! There are a lot of warblers that breed up your way, maybe next spring and summer could be your lucky warbler season! Some how I had mine this year. 😊

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