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...first warbler this Spring

 
nwyman
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Mar 18, 2017 07:21 |  #1

he's possibly been here all winter, but this is the first I've seen this year

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Mar 18, 2017 07:24 |  #2

but I'm sure not the last. nice shot


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John ­ Sheehy
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Mar 18, 2017 07:49 |  #3

nwyman wrote in post #18304029 (external link)
he's possibly been here all winter, but this is the first I've seen this year
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Could be a migrant. I was just north of Tampa for the last two weeks. All I saw of warblers and small migrants at the beginning was mostly Yellow-rumped Warblers, and by the end of the two weeks, they were scarce, so they've already been on the move before the storms came through. Northern Parulas (and Blue-gray Gnatcatchers) were everywhere and seemed to replace them. Also seen were Blue-headed Vireos, A Yellow-Throated Warbler, several Black and Whites and Pines.

Of course, a small number of Yellow-rumped Warblers winter on the barrier beaches of Long Island, NY every year, feeding on bayberries when insects are scarce, so your theory is possible as well. In Central Park in NYC, a Yellow-rumped spent the entire winter two or three years ago. Also seen sometimes in the dead of winter in coastal NY is the Orange-crowned Warbler.




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