Every spring there are are few days when warblers are everywhere. I’ve had as many as 15 species in one hour. I headed out to the eastern Scarborough Bluffs hoping that it might be today.
I will identify it at the end of the post.
The only warbler I saw was the Yellow Warbler:
A species where the female looks nothing like the male. This one looks like a large streaked sparrow. The large bill and broad white eyebrow stripe identify it as a female Rose-breasted Grosbeak.
Monarch butterflies filmed by Hummingbird drone
Month of little hands with daisies,
Lovers’ love, and poets’ praises;
O thou merry month complete,
May, thy very name is sweet! – Leigh Hunt (1784–1859)