We're celebrating New World warblers! This diverse family has over 100 recognized species. Here are some extreme facts about these amazing feathered friends. Smallest Warbler Species The smallest New World warbler is Lucy's Warbler, which averages just 4.2 inches tall. Lucy's Warbler by Read more »
The Common Yellowthroat is a species of warbler that lives across North America to Central America. They are named for their bright yellow throats. Their plumage also includes olive wings, backs and tails. Males have an unmistakable broad black facial mask.
Common Yellowthroats feed primarly on insects. Their preferred breeding habitat is wetlands or other habitat near water.
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The different New World warbler species have a lot in common with each other. They mostly feed on insects, they sing, they raise their young. But the nests they use have some variety. Some nest in trees, and some nest on or near the ground. They build cups,... Read more »
As the chill of winter starts to fade, we're eagerly anticipating the return of warblers this spring. Currently, these tiny travelers are basking in warmer weather far from their breeding grounds up here and further north. Smart birds, indeed! In a few short months, they'll grace us once... Read more »
A mnemonic device is something used to aid memory or learning. Sometimes birders 'translate' bird songs into mnemonics to help them remember which bird is singing a particular song. We've made a fun quiz showing ten of our Birdorable birds and the common mnemonics birdwatchers sometimes use to... Read more »