Kicking off Warbler Week

Birds of New England.com

Photo by Chris Bosak
A yellow warbler perches on a branch in Brookfield Conn., May 2019.

Last week may have been a better week to feature some of our more common warblers, but plenty of these beautiful little birds will be passing through or settling into New England this week as well. Each day this week I’ll feature a warbler or two with short text descriptions and, of course, photos. I’ll kick off Birds of New England’s Warbler Week here with a bonus post highlighting two of the warblers I’ve already posted about this spring.

Photo by Chris Bosak
A yellow warbler sings from a perch in Brookfield Conn., May 2019.

The yellow warblers are one of the most commonly seen warblers in New England. They start arriving in early May and nest throughout the region. They are most likely to be seen in brushy areas near woods. Their “

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