Saturday, May 09, 2009

Spring Colors

Its peak warbler season in the City's Parks. Heres a sample from the North Woods in Central Park (109th St). An irruption of termites bought a range of passerines all feeding together!
Black-throated Green Warbler

American Redstart

Chestnut-sided Warbler

Magnolia Warbler

Maggie and Wood Thrush.

Black and White running off a Maggie!

Black-throated blue warbler and catbird together.

Black and White scaling the rockface.

Wood thrush on rockface.

Northern Parula

Blue-winged Warbler,

and the gorgeous Scarlet Tanager.

In a nearby flowering tree,

a male summer tanager!

2 comments:

amarilla said...

Oh my! So much yellow! So the Redstarts have very distinctive tails, right? I think that's what I saw in Prospect Park the other day. They were flying in the canopy and but I was able to note that tail.

Yojimbot said...

Thanks Amarilla! Yes restarts flash their tail coverts often. They also have a distinctive call.