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Yellow Warbler
Filip Zivkov
Warblers have been a difficult find for me - they're always too quick to capture and have twigs or leaves in their way - but this time I was able to capture my subject while out in the forest. Some light was shining through the canopy and I got this.
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Yellow Warbler
Paula Quist
Out on a beautiful day for a walk on the Hastings trail. Brought my camera along birds where singing. This female Yellow Warbler decided to land in the brush and I captured this picture.
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Yellow Warbler
Jane LeBlanc
A Yellow Warbler enjoys the Forsythia in my yard.
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Northern Parula
Bill McDonald
A little visited woodlot, within the city boundaries of Kitchener, had a few migrating songbirds passing through, incl this gorgeous Northern Parula
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bay breasted warbler
John Sharp
It was spring migration and the park was filled with all kinds of warblers that normally don't reside in or near the city.
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Hooded Warbler
Robert Mueller
My wife and I spent a couple hours birding Backus Woods. Our best bird sighting was this male Hooded Warbler belting out his song 10 ft from our car on our way out of the woods.
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Audubon's Yellow Rumped Warbler
Laura Dent
Audubon's & Myrtle Yellow Rumped Warblers 'overlap' in a narrow zone between Alberta & BC & interbreed.....creating beauties like this one.
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Prairie Warbler
Nina Stavlund
The Prairie Warbler (family: Wood Warblers) is not a common bird here in Ottawa, Ontario. However, that did not stop this little fellow to come for a visit. He's been singing his little heart out for days, but not finding a mate will most likely make him return to his usual breeding grounds (Florida - US).
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Blackburnian Warbler
Nathalie Talbot
Migration season, you have to be there the right day and the right time. I had the chance to spend hours watching them and for once they were on the ground not 30 feet above the ground.
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Black and white warbler
Raven Elizabeth Ouellette
A black and white warbler goofing around.
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Common yellowthroat
Isabelle Levesque
Fundy National Park, Matthieu's Head, Warbler, Common yellowthroat
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Magnolia Warbler
Isabelle Levesque
I love bird and on my quest of photos gathering I have find this one posing for me.
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Yellow Warbler
Margaret Trenn
This photograph was taken from my kayak on a lake in the Nass Valley of northwestern British Columbia. It was a beautiful sunny day and songbirds were darting about quickly as they were feeding.
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Yellow Warbler
John Pizniur

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yellow warbler
Gaz manning
singing my heart out
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Yellow Warbler
Ted Busby
A Yellow Warbler in spring blossoms.
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Yellow Warbler
Ted Busby
A Yellow Warbler checks the blossoms for a snack.
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Yellow Warbler
Cheryl Fagner
Taken in the summer of 2015 in a park.
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Chestnut-sided Warbler
Christian Gavin
Gorgeous warbler playing hide and seek. I had to stay still for a while, before she calms down. Just the time for me, to take the picture.
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Yellow-rumped Warbler, Myrtle population
Linda Danyluk

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PineWarbler
jeff keller
I was driving down the back roads looking for ducks,this little guy was snacking on the insects by the bridge i was at.
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Warbler
Nancy Hamilton
Catching supper.Not sure which kind of Warbler. High up in the tree and the sun was too bright!
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Yellow Warbler
Heli Parenteau
On a sunday morning walk...
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Yellow warbler
Jacques Pelletier
Mid summer birding and a fine looking yellow warbler gently rests on a branch ... for a few seconds.
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yellow warbler
Jacques Pelletier
Summer brings a lot of bird species at the salt marsh in Cacouna, Qu├ębec, including this fine looking warbler.
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Yellow rumped warbler
Jacques Pelletier
At the end of the trail which we call "Sentier des roitelets", is a large marsh area connecting to the St Lawrence River: this is where this shot was taken.
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Wilson's warbler
Jacques Pelletier
A rare occurence around my region, a Wilson's warbler, the first I ever saw over the past six years of walking my favorite birding trails.
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garden warbler
Donna Frim

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Magnolia Warbler
Nancy Hamilton
The song of all the warblers in the spring is beautiful. Hard to see these wee birds sitting in the treetops.
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Yellow-rumped warbler
Jacques Pelletier
Subtle colours with a dash of yellow enhance the beautiful plumage of this Yellow-rumped warbler. Photo taken on a trail near the St Lawrence river.
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Yellow Warbler
Debbie Oppermann
Spotted this Yellow Warbler in the Hydrangea Bush at a cottage on moonlight Bay,Georgian Bay Ontario - compliment each other in color
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Yellow-rumped Warbler
Jacques Peletier
This little fellow shows its fluff during the Spring.
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Yellow Warbler
Debbie Oppermann
Yellow Warbler on spent Lilac Bush eating the seeds - Key River Ontario
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Black and White Warbler
Debbie Oppermann
I have only seen a Black and White Warbler twice and this time it was at the Key River Ontario
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Chestnut Sided Warbler
Debbie Oppermann
I had never seen a Chestnut Sided Warbler before so it was great to spot one at Key River Ontario
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Yellow Warbler
Theresa Evans
This cute yellow warbler flew out of no where and posed for me for quite a while!
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Cape May Warbler
Alexis Hayes
Every April and May I visit a very small wooded area in Markham to photograph different warbles. This year was the first time I saw a Cape May Warbler there and was thrilled to get a photo of it.
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Magnolia Warbler
Nancy Hamilton

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Yellow Warbler
Stephen Bridgett
Yellow Warbler
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Yellow Rumped Warbler
Debra Woods
May 1st and the weather here was taking it's time warming up. I noticed the flash of yellow amid last years fallen leaves and on closer inspection he looked like he was blaming the weather. Fluffy! :)
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Yellow-rumped Warbler, Setophaga coronata
David Tomes
Yellow-rumped Warbler, Setophaga coronata, on Willow. I went out and sat with camouflage netting draped over me, and snapped some shots of this cute little guy.
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Yellow-rumped Warbler
Tim Marsh
This Yellow-rumped warbler wasw a regular visitor to our backyard this year.
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Yellow Warbler
Simon Bolyn
A Yellow Warbler enjoys the morning sun
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Yellow Warbler
Simon Bolyn
A Yellow Warbler enjoys the morning sun
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Warbler
Andy Huyer
Canoeing through the swamp, looking for something to take a picture of.....she looks like she was waiting for me to take the pic
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Yellow Warbler
Damon Calderwood
I found several Yellow Warbler nests in Wild Rose bushes.
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Yellow Warbler
Damon Calderwood
I found several Yellow Warbler nests in Wild Rose bushes.
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Yellow Rumped Warbler
Lauren Nicholl
I look forward to the spring time waiting for the warblers to return on there way to their nesting area.
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Yellow Warbler
Keith Williams
For the Love of Song The photo was taken in a willow thicket beside the Yukon River near Carmacks, central Yukon. A lucky shot, the bird was extremely close and the willows were moving about in a strong wind, somewhat challenging to find him, then focus with the long lens. Technical: hand-held, 500mm, iso 100, f6.3, 1/250 using the Sigma 150-500 telephoto lens. I first envisioned this shot about 3 years ago. Several thousand tries later, I finally got it. They don't come easy.
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Black-throated Green Warbler
Alexis Hayes
I found this to be a natural warbler pose and was able to catch it just before he flew off.
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Black-throated Green Warbler
Alexis Hayes
I came upon this little warbler while out walking. I was thrilled to see a warbler this late in the year.
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Yellow Warbler
Diane Taylor
Down along the river in Saskatoon many a shy yellow warbler can be heard but rarely seen.
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Wilson's Warbler - Wilsonia Pusilla
Damon Calderwood
I spent a couple of days photographing this brightly colored pair of Wilson's Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park.
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Wilson's Warbler - Wilsonia Pusilla
Damon Calderwood
I spent a couple of days photographing this brightly colored pair of Wilson's Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time. In this photo the male is flying off after feeding his chicks.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time. In this photo, the male is flying off after feeding the chicks.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time. In this photo, the male is about to fly off after feeding his chicks.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time. In this photo the male is flying in to feed his young.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time. In this photo, the male is flying off with a fecal sac.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time. The female is brooding the small young in this photo.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time. In this photo, the female was brooding her three small young.
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Orange-crowned Warbler - Vermivora Celata
Damon Calderwood
I spent six days in a blind photographing this pair of Orange-crowned Warblers in Chemainus Lake Park. I was able to watch the young grow and finally fledge on the final day. Both parents were very attentive, often coming to the nest at the same time.
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Black and White Warbler
Debbie Oppermann
Black and White Warbler - had never seen one of these before
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Common Yellowthroat
Bill McMullen
Earlier this summer, I found this inquisitive little Common Yellowthroat singing in some dogwood shrubs. He was quite obliging and posed for a few photos before I left. Canon 7d, 400mm f5.6L, tripod.
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Female Black Throated Green Warbler
Eric Pike
This photo was taken late August near my home in Gillams, Newfoundland. I do not think they are commonly seen in this area.
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Common Yellowthroat
Bill McMullen
A Common Yellowthroat jumps up on an ash branch to show the photographer his grasshopper snack. Canon 7D, 400mm f5.6L, handheld.
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Yellow Warbler
Richard Dubiel
Peeking out behind some leaves, I managed to pinpoint the focal point on his eye.
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Yellow Warbler
Simon Bolyn
While trying to get another bird on film, this little guy landed right in front of me and seemed to be very curious of what I was doing
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yellow-rumped warbler
Rick Courtney
The first warbler of spring - even before the leaves were out.
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Yellow Warbler
Diana Mack

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ruby-crowned kinglet
Rick Courtney
In early spring, a mixed flock of birds appeared to be feeding on aspen poplar catkins, but on closer inspection, they were feeding on very small insect larvae in the catkins.
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Black Throated Green Warbler
Debbie Oppermann
Was taking some scenery shots and this Black Throated Green Warbler landed in a tree not too far from me - never seen one before so I was pleased to get a few shots
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Chestnut-sided Warbler
Bill McMullen
On a family camping trip, I discovered this curious little Warbler in a clearing near our campsite. Canon 7D, 400mm f5.6L, tripod.
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Yellow-rumped Warbler
Jen St. Louis
We get a nice variety of birds through our yard, particularly during Spring and Fall migrations. This yellow-rumped warbler decided to pose prettily for me on a cleome in our garden. It was too pretty a shot to pass up.
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Yellow Warbler
Ted Busby

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Yellow Warbler
Jacques Pelletier
Just all alone with nature
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Vermivora peregrina
laurenz baars
Tennesee Warbler - This little gem was atop a birdhouse near the water.
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Nashville Warbler
Marsha Lomis
A most interesting bird, this Nashville Warbler, with its white eye ring! Seen during my first visit to Point Pelee for the annual spring migration, I developed a great appreciation for both the fragility and resilience of nature.
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Orange-Crowned Warbler
Marsha Lomis
This spring beauty is ready to feast on an insect barely visible by its protective colouration on the branch near the bird's beak. The magic of photography allows us to see what our naked eye cannot! I noticed this at home, reminiscing about the lovely experience of witnessing our annual spring migration of birds in one of Ontario's very special national parks.
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Yellow Warbler
Ted Busby
A springtime favoutite; the Warbler migration
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Magnolia Warbler
Ted Busby
A special springtime treat is the ability to view and photograph the many species of Wood Warblers migrating through our area.
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Yellow Rumped Warbler (Dendroica Coronata)
Michael Dockery
While photographing larger animals that were moving deeper in the woods, this warbler flew in front of me and landed on a branch surrounded by rain droplets. I only had a few seconds to take this shot before it flew off with lunch in it's beak.
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Yellow Warbler
Ted Busby
Yellow Warbler in Flowering Crab Apple
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Yellow Warbler
Ted Busby
May is Warbler Time...Made this image at the Fletcher Wildlife Garden in Ottawa. A nice contrasting colour combination between the Yellow Warbler and the Flowering Crab Apple Tree.
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Yellow Warbler
Ted Busby
Yellow Warbler in Apple Blossom
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Yellow Rumped Warbler
Laurenz Baars
No doubt pondering its next insect catching sortie, the bird's colours contrast nicely to that of the shrub. What a delight to see and fortune to photograph!
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Immature Chestnut-sided Warbler
Kevin Dempsey
This youngster looked mildly surprised to see the ant beneath its feet.
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Yellow Warbler (Dendroica petechia
Ted Busby
Fletcher Wildlife Center in Ottawa, On is a great place to view Warblers. Walking the pathways; I spotted this Yellow Warbler in a nice backing of Apple Blossoms. Canon 30D; 700mm (500mm + a 1.4X converter; 1/500; f8; ISO 400.