Excellent idea, Joannie.
I suggest you purchase the fine wood-warbler-centric app that corresponds to The Warbler Guide:
It's found at the iTunes Store.
Buying the book is also a good idea, if you wish a nice resource to complement the classic Warbler field guide in the Peterson Guide Series (Peterson Guide To Warblers, Jon Dunn & Kimball Garrett, 1997, Houghton Mifflin).
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/
Monday, January 18, 2016
Friday, January 8, 2016
Warbler Guy, one of my New Year's resolutions is to learn warblers better. How so?
Warbler Tips Identification Chart
One idea, Jenni (in Cincinnati):
How about trying my Warbler Tips Identification Chart that is at my web site (warblerwatch.com) via you pasting this # into your browser:
There's other free, printer-friendly birding information and ID help at my web site's "Birding Links" area, if you also wish to peruse it (?)
Or feel free to float me another questions here.
We aim to please.
Regards and happy new year, Daniel Edelstein
Certified Wildlife Biologist Associate
Leading birding tours since 1985
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