Monday, January 16, 2017

Orange-crowned Warbler Bath

This is a warbler described as being non-descript. Its orange crown is almost never visible. My Sibley Field Guide says they are "uncommon", but certainly not in here along the Rio Grande. If you guess that any vague, hard to identify small bird here is an Orange-Crowned Warbler, the odds are pretty good that you will be correct.









Be well, be clean, - Gunnar

1 comment:

Redwing said...

It's really great that the orange crown is visible in that last photo. Very nice.