Some Warblers are easy,

Nashville Warbler

Nashville Warbler

and some Warblers are extremely hard to photograph. The Nashville Warbler is one of those Warblers that are extremely hard to get. They’re flying all over the place, never sitting still. And if they are still for a split second, they’re usually way up in the tree top.

Nashville Warbler

Nashville Warbler

One thing nice about this time of year, is that the leaves are not fully leafed-out.

Black & White Warbler

Black & White Warbler

As far as Warblers go, the Black & White Warbler is probably the easiest to photograph.

Black and White Warbler

Black and White Warbler

Sometimes they’ll just sit there and look at you.

Cape May Warbler

Cape May Warbler

The Cape May Warbler is another challenge. They don’t really like to descend from the cover of the conifers.

I do really like the Latin name for this bird, Dendroica tigrina, it refers to the bright orange cheek patch on the side of the Warbler’s head like the orange of a tiger. Now that’s a fitting name!

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