1-2-3 Cute As Can Be – #1


How about another theme series of posts to pop up!  It will be three single photos of three bird species of the small variety.  Those cute, adorable birdies!

Here we go!  This one has a bonus theme, they are all warblers.  πŸ™‚


Black-throated Green Warbler
4.3-4.7 inches (11-12 cm)


Prairie Warbler
4.3 inches (11 cm)


Yellow-rumped Warbler
4.7-5.5 inches (12-14 cm)


30 thoughts on “1-2-3 Cute As Can Be – #1

    • Thank you kindly, Deborah! As I keep working on trying to get the little ones, I thought this would be a cool way to share three at a time. Now I have my work cut out for me to get more! hehe πŸ˜‰

  1. What a treat this was, Donna. Truly a joy to see three warbler species. The prairie and black-throated green are really a special find. None of them easy to photograph, either.

  2. Thanks for teaching us about the warbler species we have never seen before.
    Happy Halloween
    The Fab Four of Cley
    πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

      • Our dock is totally under water, and the floating dock is higher than the fixed dock. We have the boat lift as high as it can go, and in addition have tied the boat to the boat lift in case the tide is worse during the night. Our house is high enough that it isn’t a problem. By the way — saw the first winter duck in our cove today – a female bufflehead.

        • Oh my on the flooding. I understand tonight’s high tide is to be worse. I didn’t venture out today to see.

          Awesome on a bufflehead! I’ve stopped a few times at Chestertown’s WWM pond in past week and there are buffleheads, ruddy ducks, and shovelers there too, I was surprised! I haven’t seen any at ENeckNWR nor our cove.

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