Warbler Neck Awareness Month begins in just over two weeks. You may be wondering, "What exactly is Warbler Neck?" Here is some background information on this unfortunate affliction. Gorgeous Read more »
The Cerulean Warbler is a small songbird. Adult males have pale cerulean-blue upperparts and white underparts with a black necklace across the breast. They also have black streaks on the back and flanks. Females and immature birds have greyer or greenish upperparts, a pale stripe over the eye, and no streaking on the back and no necklace. All of theses birds, regardless of their age, have wing bars and a thin pointed bill.
Their breeding habitats are mature deciduous forests in eastern North America and they migrate to forested mountain areas in South America. Their nests are cup-shaped, and are placed on a horizontal branch high in a hardwood tree.
They forage actively high in trees, sometimes catching insects in flight.
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It's here! May may be the most exciting month of the year for birders. May brings beautiful little winged jewels to the forests, parks and preserves in many parts of the United States. With May also comes that unique... Read more »
May is Warbler Neck Awareness Month. This month we are highlighting the affliction with a series of blog posts and new WN Awareness merchandise. While all birders are liable to suffer from the pains of Warbler Neck, certain types of birders may suffer more than others.... Read more »