Yellow-rumped Warbler – Nov 30, 06

It was an exciting day in Crane Lake! A Yellow-rumped Warbler came into the yard attracted by all the activity of the other birds at the feeders. At first I thought he was a Redpoll, but something didn’t look right. When I saw the underside of his tail, I thought Warbler, but how could that be? Haven’t all insectivores (insect-eating birds) migrated south? He stayed around long enough for me to get some really good close looks and he even went to my heated bird bath for a drink of water. That is where I got the poor quality pictures that you see here.
Yellow-rumped Warbler
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