Friday, May 10, 2013

Nashville Warbler

You may recall my post from last Friday in which I shared a photograph of an Orange-crowned Warbler’s (usually) hidden orange crown. Nashville Warblers, like the bird in this post, are another warbler with a hard to observe crown patch—a chestnut one in this case. Male and female Nashville Warblers are similar, the male being brighter, and both sexes have the crown patch, which is even less evident in the female. I have previously posted a few notes on this species, which, as a lover of secondary habitats, thrives in these days of clear-cutting and landscape disruption.

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