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Yellow Warbler Wide View
Male Yellow Warbler- Dendroica petechia
Male Yellow Warbler, Dendroica petechia, Order PASSERIFORMES - Family PARULIDAE. This male was determined to hold its ground as I took photograph after photograph. This warbler was found on a very wonderful early May day in Hueston Woods State Park near the north end of Acton Lake. Wow!
(Photo: May 10, 2004, Hueston Woods, Canon 10D, EF 400mm f/5.6L USM, Better Beamer Flash Extender)
"Although many warblers are yellow, the Yellow Warbler is the most extensively yellow of any species. This widespread species of willows and mangroves is the only warbler with yellow tail spots. Male bright yellow with reddish streaks on chest, female duller with red streaks absent or reduced. In addition to the migratory form of the Yellow Warbler that breeds in North America, several other resident forms can be found in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. The nests of the Yellow Warbler are frequently parasitized by the Brown-headed Cowbird. Winters in Mexico, Central and South America. reeds from northern Alaska and Canada southward to middle United States, and in West into Mexico."
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Sources of species identification and other amazing info include (1) Cornell Lab of Ornithology--a fantastic site; (2)Birds of Eastern and Central North America, Peterson Field Guide Series, Fifth Edition, Houghton Mifflin Company; (3) The National Audubon Society's Sibley Guide to Birds and (4) Field Guide to the Birds of North America, Third Edition, National Geographic, Washington, D.C.
Winter/Spring Bird Collection Quicktime Movie
A quicktime movie (CLICK on image Above) of bird photos taken over the 2004 Winter/Spring. I used a Canon 10D and Mark II digital camera with a Canon 100-400 L lens, a Canon 300 L lens and a Canon 400 5.6 lens.
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