COME ON WARBLERS

The first “good” warbler of spring was a singing male Northern Parula in the headquarters willows. An eastern species and annual migrant on the Chico it was foraging high in the catkins of the willows along with an Orange-crowned Warbler and Ruby-crowned Kinglets. Northern Parulas are small, short, and somewhat pot-bellied and not hard to look at.

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