.....and if you go to:
Listen to the 2nd version of the Nuttall's Woodpecker from the top of the page*.
Which warbler is singing in between call notes of the woodpecker?
(* = The 1:01 recording is from the work of Thomas C. Graves.)
Hint: It's an early arrival in central and northern California, with migrants arriving
as early as the first week of February some years.
If you seek the answer, please email me and I'll reveal it: firstname.lastname@example.org
(The subject of the answer is shown below.)
Meanwhile, I have a San Francisco bird tour soon, so I am getting ready to leave...and, hence, will do the same here. Enjoy. DE.
Got wood-warbler questions? If so, I have answers for you. I'm Daniel Edelstein — biologist, birding guide, birding instructor (www.warblerwatch.com and email@example.com) — who ponders: Are there any wonders in our world more fascinating than the elegant beauty of wood-warblers? (All photos © Martin Meyers unless otherwise noted.) By the way, my upcoming new adult college birding class is featured at: http://danielsmerrittclasses.blogspot.com/
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Sound Answer?: Can you identify the warbler singing in the background?....
Posted by Daniel Edelstein, M.S. at 8:44 AM
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Orange crowned are so hard to ID! Morris V., NJ
Looks like a young OCWA!
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