Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Pine Warbler

Linking up with Wild Bird Wednesday and Nature Notes

For this week's wild bird I am sharing my backyard Pine Warbler.  Some times I see these warblers year round and lately these two....a male and female or maybe it is a 1st yr male..it has more yellow than I thought the females. They have been showing up at my suet feeders.. They love the little peanut suet balls..






It took a while to see both the male and female ( or could it be a juvie) close to each other..


I captured both the male and female taking flight at the same time. The cardinal does not have a clue, the warblers are behind him..

.. I hope you enjoyed my wild bird post.. Till next week's wild bird post.. I wish you happy Birding and have a wonderful week!

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  Happy Birding and have a wonderful week!

92 comments:

  1. Hello Eileen,
    Nice shots of these wonderful birds. Well done!!

    Many greetings,
    Marco

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  2. Beautiful birds, but the Cardinal their color attracts attention. Regards.

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  3. Nice photos, Eileen!
    I like bird watching too and participated to this program this February.
    Thank you for visiting my blog!

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  4. Hi Eileen--they are sweet! Loved the shots.

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  5. I did enjoy birds visiting your backyard. Yellow and together in one tree look perfect. :)

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  6. Warblers, so many kinds and all so lovely. Pine Warblers, beautiful birds and thank you for sharing with us. Have a great day~

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  7. The pine warblers are beauties.

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  8. I enjoyed these photos Eileen. You have very sweet little birds visiting you. Have a great day!

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  9. Once again some wonderful shots. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  10. Great pictures and I like seeing that Cardinal, too!

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  11. Nice looking birds - nice green/yellow colour.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  12. The one on the right does look a little young.
    The cardinal was the first bird I learned to recognize thanks to my grandmother calling to them.
    Have a great day!

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  13. Enjoyable beautiful pictures of the nice birds.
    Have a great day, Eileen!

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  14. love those little pops of yellow in the landscape, they sure are pretty!!

    the male cardinal is a pretty one too, he has a nice "round" shape and bright, bright color!!!

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  15. Hi Eileen, Neat photos ... I especially love the cardinal. Have a happy day!

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  16. What a gorgeous Warble! I can just sit and watch the birds for hours. Wonderful photos Eileen.

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  17. Hello Eileen,
    Beautiful pictures of these beautiful birds.
    Photo 2 is my favorite.
    Well done.

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  18. Yes, very funny bird, beautiful and Wonderful !!! Thank you very much!

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  19. lovely photos of such very pretty warblers.

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  20. I'll bet you a suet ball that Cardinal know who is behind him. Birds have eyes in the back of their heads, like our Moms did.

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  21. Oh WOW ! Lucky you , they are pretty aren't they and sing pretty to . Great photos of them . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  22. Lovely yellow colour and you captured the 2nd pic beautifully of the bird picking up its food.

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  23. Hello Eileen!!!
    Great shots of those beautifl birds!Gorgeous pictures!Love the cardinal bird!My favorite!!
    Have a happy week ahead!
    Dimi...

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  24. There's that lovely robin..my favorite!

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  25. Oops, I meant Cardinal! Hit the "post" too fast.

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  26. Beautiful Pine Warbler,the coloring is so pretty. We have a male and female cardinal that live here year around and raise their families-so sweet!
    Have a great Tuesday,
    Jemma

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  27. Pretty and cute little green ones :)
    Have a beautiful day!

    Tinna ✐

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  28. I never tire seeing the Cardinals with that delicious red coloring. That Warbler is certainly an attractive bird for its coloring as well. Wonderful captures!

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  29. Gosh yes I always enjoy learning bird facts and info from your blog. I just hope I can retain some of it! Your photos of them are just lovely to see.

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  30. Enough beauty here to make me want to become a bird watcher ~ Gorgeous photography!

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  31. That's a love bird. Looks like a cross between our Greenfinch and Yellow Wagtail. What a bird.

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  32. and so well captured!



    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  33. Good afternoon Eileen, which so beautiful birds that have the privilege of observing in your backyard! The nature is spectacular and motivates us a lot! Thank you for your thoughtful words on my blog! Hugs and continued good week. (Very good Desire;)) clicks!

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  34. The Pine Warblers have such a lovely shade of greeny/yellow that its hard call it either. Nice pictures Eileen.

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  35. Great photos of beautiful birds. You are lucky to have them in your yard.

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  36. Lovely shots of these 2 species of birds.

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  37. The Pine Warbler, what a beauty.

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  38. Great shots- another bird I don't think I have seen. Have a super day!

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  39. Beautiful colors to dress up your back yard winter landscape!!

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  40. What a nice combo of colors. Good job of showing up, Mr. Cardinal!
    ~

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  41. How nice to get warblers at your feeder! Beautiful little birdie!

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  42. The Pine Warblers are lovely little birds.

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  43. What a selection of colourful birds that come to your garden. Mine are mostly brown or grey!

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  44. What a fat little cute red cardinal! adorable! but all are also. Red is just one of my favorites and so easy to spot. lol.
    -Lisa

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  45. Such pretty little birds - lovely captures. The cardinal is always amazing! xo Karen

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  46. Oh, they are lovely! Fantastic shots.

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  47. I love these little birds! Nice shots!

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  48. Cute little birds...Kinda like Finches... Great shots..Have a fun evening Eileen

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  49. Pretty little birds. You caught some good shots of them.
    Like the cardinal too - he really stand out.

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  50. These really are such pretty little birds...we have had them here all winter but I'm not seeing too many now.

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  51. What a cutie. I have an urge to rub his little round belly for some reason. :-)

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  52. Those are all beautiful birds! Neat to see the warblers and the cardinal together in one shot.

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  53. They're all lovely, but I love the second one, where the bird has the nut in his mouth. I am always amazed at your knowledge of birds!

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  54. Eileen-your photogrpahy is AMAZING! Thank you for sharing these beautiful captures.

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  55. What beautiful birds! The Cardinal is so adorable.
    Today we saw a juvie Cardinal and his lady friend, on the deck. Such brilliant colors they have, just like the one you have photographed, Eileen! Well done!!
    Have a Beautiful Day!
    Peace :)

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  56. Such a delightful post! Wonderful sighting...loved the "taking flight" shot with the oblivious cardinal. :-)

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  57. Hi Eileen, Gorgeous weather here today! I sure do love your photographs of those songbirds! Nice to see how bright their feathers are in breeding season plumage. Have a great day!

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  58. They are pretty birds. I don't normally see them but had one at the feeders last year and then no other sightings. Looks like Mr. Cardinal did a good job photocopying the warblers.
    Happy birding!

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  59. Sweet and colorful makes bird visits really great . . .
    To think there are some who never, ever watch or listen!

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  60. Great having these at your feeders.

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  61. Beautiful pictures of the birds !

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  62. São encantadores! Adoro ver! Beleza! beijos, tudo de bom,chica

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  63. Love the cardinal, nice colourful spot :))

    Have a really happy day
    Sigi

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  64. Very cool sighting, Eileen! I hope a few are heading northward. ;))

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  65. your feeders attract such gorgeous looking birds. Birds are lucky to be clicked by an ace photographer like you!

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  66. such pretty little balls of color!

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  67. I hope you find me clear down at the bottom of your long comment list. I so enjoy your bird photography and have to admit to jealousy over any photo (good or bad) of a cardinal, especially since we do not have them in Colorado. We do get a variety of warblers that spend a few weeks here as they migrate north. I always hear them before I see them and sometimes get lucky enough to photograph them.

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  68. so very cute in the first 2 shots, round and yellow and beautiful. i like the in flight shot to...

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  69. Oh I love these lovely little yellow birds and rarely see them.

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  70. Pretty little warblers and stunning cardinal too.

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  71. Pretty green colour on the cute warblers! Enjoy your day, Eileen.

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  72. cool to see the difference in size between the two species. :)

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  73. Such neat color contrasts with the red and yellow. Love your yardbirds.

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  74. .nice pictures of the pine warblers, Eileen. I like that you included the cardinal for that splash of red color.

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  75. Great captures. Pretty color on the warblers, but the cardinal is amazing!

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  76. Wow wonderful shot of the Pine Warblers taking flight at the same time - watch out Cardinal!
    Wren x

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  77. The peanut looks pretty big compared to the size of the Pine Warbler. It's astonishing what the little guys take on for food. He's so cute.

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  78. Very pretty bird. I laughed that the cardinal seemed oblivious to the warblers.

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  79. These are great captures! Love the clueless cardinal.

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  80. Cute birds.... I put out those suet balls too. Sometimes robins eat them too..... Michelle

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  81. Sweet little birds... I too put out those suet balls.... Michelle

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  82. I am still looking for my first Pine Warbler here and I have never seen one at a feeder.

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