|(three different species)|
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Here is group of the usual suspects. We have seen immature Black-throated Green Warblers earlier. Neat to see an adult male - more colorful, but still not like breeding plumage. The last photo was a little disappointing. Because it was such a bright yellow I took it for a Yellow-throated Warbler, a bird I have seen in the Rio Grande Valley, but never in Minnesota. Alas, it appears to be a male Blackburnian Warbler in Fall trim.