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This Morning Outside

by Diane Porter

May 2 , 2011
Birdwatching Dot Com
Fairfield, Iowa

Warblers are flooding into the Midwest. Most of them will wash right on through, on their way to their breeding grounds to the north.

But for a few glorious spring weeks, the woods are hopping with small, colorful birds. Like this palm warbler, one of dozens working their way through the new foliage today.

Even without a close enough look to see the red cap and yellow throat, you'd recognize the palm warbler by the constant bobbing of its tail.

Palm Warbler
Photo copyright 2011 Michael and Diane Porter

—Diane Porter

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