The American redstart is a striking warbler with black and orange plumage. Males flash their bright colors to startle prey, while females have a blue-gray hue. Listen to their captivating songs.
The black-throated blue warbler is a dimorphic bird with dark blue coloring for males and olive-brown for females. They inhabit mountainous regions of the northeastern US and southeastern Canada. Listen to their enchanting songs.
The black-throated green warbler is a colorful bird with lemon face and greenish back, found in forests of eastern US and western Canada. Listen to its unique song.
The black-and-white warbler is a unique New World warbler known for its climbing behavior and high-pitched song. Found in various regions of the US, listen to its distinctive melody.
Blackburnian warblers are striking birds with orange heads, black-and-white bodies, and unique orange throats. Listen to their high-pitched song.
Cape May warblers have distinctive tiger stripes on the breast. Listen to their high-pitched "seets" song.
Spot the cerulean warbler with its distinctive markings and elusive canopy-dwelling behavior. Listen to its song at Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Discover the vibrant hooded warbler with its distinctive yellow face and black hood. Listen to its melodious song at Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Explore fascinating warblers, from the American redstart to the magnolia warbler. Listen to their enchanting songs at Cornell Lab of Ornithology. #Warblers #BirdWatching #Nature
Discover the elusive beauty of the northern parula with its distinctive song and vibrant plumage. Listen at Cornell Lab of Ornithology. #NorthernParula #BirdSong #Nature