Identify Warblers

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- In 2013, the publication of The Warbler Guide by Tom Stephenson and Scott Whittle took a comprehensive and innovative look at warblers. In this archived Monday Night Seminar, the authors relate some of their best tips for learning to recognize warblers by both sight and sound..To help cele.te the arrival of spring migrants, Jessie Barry and Chris Wood from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology share their warbler-watching tips: Join Chris and Jessie as they explore a woodlot in Rochester, New York, and see the treasure trove of migrants they encountered .The Four Keys to ID. Size Shape. Yellow Warblers are small, evenly proportioned songbirds with medium-lengths and rounded heads. Color Pattern. Yellow Warblers are uniformly yellow birds. Behavior. Look for Yellow Warblers near the tops of tall shrubs and small trees. Habitat.. - Birdist Rule #59: Learn to Identify Warblers From Below. The underside is what you spend the most time lo.ng at, after all..

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    To help cele.te the arrival of spring migrants, Jessie Barry and Chris Wood from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology share their warbler-watching tips: .

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