Monday, July 23, 2007

Now Premiering: WarblerWatch

If you're a birder/birdwatcher, then there's a good chance that you enjoy wood-warblers.

BUT, there's also a LOT of bird-related information already available on the Web.

So what's cooking here that's new? Worth reading?

Answer: Perhaps your question to me about wood-warblers, as I'm answering the best ones (see latest posting).

In addition:

Here, you'll read other fresh information devoted to the lives of wood-warblers, including dialogue related to wood-warbler sightings, identification tips, anecdotes, resources, and my trips/tours.

(More details are at my web site: addition to more birding information that you can download/print.)

One question before I exit: Do you know how many wood-warblers nest in the county where you reside? Feel free to post your answer below.

In my county (Marin County, near San Francisco), during most years, there's 8-10 species of nesting wood-warblers, though I sometimes go searching for other vagrant/accidental species in one of the best wayward wood-warbler viewing areas in the USA: Point Reyes National Seashore, a close drive from my residence.


InFact said...

I think there's nine probable to confirmed nesting species of wood-warblers nesting in Milwaukee Co. (Common Yellowthroat, American Redstart, Yellow, Blue-winged, Chestnut-sided, Cerulean, Ovenbird, Mourning, and Hooded).

At least that's what the latest "Atlas of the Breeding Birds of WI" indicates.

Anonymous said...

What's your Web site #....I don't see it here. I did.....I shoulda scrolled farther down and seen it.