Identifying Warblers

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- Download these free Quick Finder guides excerpted from The Warbler Guide. You can print these out or put the images on your smartphone for easy access in the field. An essential part of finding and identifying warblers is learning their songs..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 first step to identifying warblers is to begin with an easy one. Let 's learn a Yellow-rumped Warbler. Yellow-rumps are a good starter warbler for a couple of reasons. First of all, they come early, and there are a lot of them.. - Warblers are one of the largest and most distinctive bird families in the world - Parulidae - and their bright plumage and active behavior can be instantly recognized. Because they are so diverse, however, correctly identifying warblers can be challenging. Their busy activity often offers only a brief glimpse of .

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