Nature Walk: Nashville Warblers
By Taylor on October 20, 2014 in Blog
“Most warblers, which feed primarily on insects, have migrated south from the northern states by mid-October. The Orange-crowned Nashville, pictured here and the Yellow-rumped Nashvilles are exceptions. This bird was part of a small band foraging for insects in a prairie field border that contained seed heads of rigid goldenrod. You may also see kinglets and bluebirds in sheltered areas on raw windy days as they move south just ahead of cold fronts.” -Carl Kurtz
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