I read that provincial parks were to open this week and headed out to Darlington. Unfortunately, the main entrance was still shut so I went to the western side, left my car and walked in.
A lot of walking was involved but I eventually found the various nature trails and did a considerable amount of exploring:
The Pine Warbler is very aptly named, as it is usually to be found in the tallest pines available. I was bending so far backwards to see this bird high in the trees that I almost fell over backwards. My first few shots look like this:
Eventually the bird graced me with an open or semi-open view:
Pine Warblers winter in the southern United States where they are found in other habitats or visit bird feeders.
Pine Warblers can also be an olive-green colour as you will see in tomorrow’s post.
Whoever makes a garden
Has never worked alone;
the rain has always found it,
The sun has always known. – Douglas Malloch (1877-1938)
I love seeing the birds singing! Thank you, Miles!
I look at all your posts and try to test myself, not much luck with the trees. I really enjoy them.