Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Pine Warbler

For this weeks World Bird Wednesday I am showing off my pretty Pine Warbler. He is a bright yellow where as the female to me is a little olive brownish looking. I have been seeing this beauty during the winters for quite a few years. They are known to be residents from the Carolinas and south. I guess I am lucky to keep seeing this guy at my feeders.




I hope you enjoyed my Pine Warbler and to see more wonderful birds go and visit World Bird Wednesday

Thanks to Springman and thanks for visiting my blog.

31 comments:

  1. Lucky you!
    A very good close shot.

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  2. A Very handsome fella my friend!!

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  3. It is so fat, cute and cuddly. It looks very regal.

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  4. This pine warbler looks a lot like our Yellow Warbler out west. Do you have the Yellow and the Wilson's there?

    Great picture.

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  5. lovely. so clear photo...of another bird I knew nothing about...
    not fair the boy bird gets to be so pretty and the girl is all dull.

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  6. What a lovely little bird to have visit you. I hope he stays around for a long tie yet.

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  7. Nice shots of the Pine Warbler Eileen! He sure is bright isn't he? You have that bird cam set up nicely too. That is an excellent photo with him on the feeder.

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  8. Mm, is really beautiful )) the colour is fantastic )

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  9. What a terrific colour on that warbler. Lovely portrait.Must be great to see in in flight.

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  10. Just amazing to see so much color. The ones we've seen here in Texas are very much duller - could it be we only have females?!

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  11. I love your little Pine Warbler, Eileen. I've never seen one of them here. Wish I would!!!!!

    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  12. What a cute little bird. It is neat to see birds that normally aren't around here in the winter.

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  13. Such a bright yellow. I bet he lights up a garden when he visits.

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  14. Oooo you are lucky! I only get wee little warblers in the summer and migrating through in the spring/fall. I do love them but boy they sure do not like to sit still for a photo (without a feeder)!
    Great photos and thanks for sharing!
    m.

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  15. A lovely little bird in fact a real beauty.

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  16. Really dramatic isn't he!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  17. Wonderful photos and A fab bird to have in your yard! We have at least one pair here that will nest they feed on the suet all winter-

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  18. Hi Eileen, What a brilliantly yellow beauty! So handsome and curious looking. Have a wonderful day tomorrow! Thanks for the posts!

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  19. I have never seen a Warbler in Michigan so I love seeing pictures of what I'm missing. I know the Kirtlands Warbler is close by me but they are still a rare sight.
    ;-)WBW

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  20. What a cute little bird! Nice shots!

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  21. that´s a sweet little one. Enjoy it!

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  22. These are wonderful Eileen. I would enjoy seeing one of these at my birdfeeder but haven't seen one yet.

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  23. Fabulous shots Eileen. I would love to learn to take pictures of songbirds. Yours are amazing.

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  24. Hello! Very beautiful photos!

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  25. What a lovely bright spot of color in your garden to brighten up the winter!

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  26. Very neat to see it on the feeder. Was it eating seeds?

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