There's a one-stop shop for all your warbler watching needs at:
Look by region on the home page menu for the area to which you are traveling.
So, for example, at the above web link, pretend you're traveling to Michigan this spring.
Your aim is to find the Kirkland's Warbler that typically nests among 10 north-northcentral Michigan counties.
Look for this area on the web link and go through the dates to check potential recent sightings.
At Warbler Watch, we aim to please.
The birder customer is always correct.
warblerwatch.com ("Birding Tours" area provides details related to my Bird Guiding/Bird Tours
that I offer throughout northern and central California, including the San Francisco Bay Area)
Got wood-warbler questions? If so, I have answers for you. I'm Daniel Edelstein — biologist, birding guide, birding instructor (www.warblerwatch.com and firstname.lastname@example.org) — 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/
Friday, May 6, 2016
Warbler Guy, I'm traveling in search of warblers this spring: Where do I find warbler sightings online? Warbler observations are present at one web site? Rare Bird Alerts post warbler sightings?
Posted by Daniel Edelstein, M.S. at 1:11 PM
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This is helpful...! Jasper Giaconi
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