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Warbler Wonders

Bay-breasted warbler

Many people have enjoyed warblers migrating through Dyke Marsh this spring, 2020. Many species have bright colors. Some migrate from South America to northern Canada.

In the photo at left, bay-breasted warblers (Setophaga castanea) are migrating through Dyke Marsh en route to Canada's spruce forests. Photo by Ed Eder. 

Prarie warblerA female prairie warbler (Setophaga discolor) preened on a red cedar limb. Photo by Ed Eder

 

Blackpoll warblerA male blackpoll warbler (Setophaga striata) perched in a maple tree. Photo by Ed Eder. Yellow warblerYellow warblers (Setophaga petechia) sang near the Haul Road trail. Photo by Ed Eder. Prothonotary warbleroxProthonotary warblers (Protonotaria citrea) love the swamp forest. Photo by Ed Eder