Magnolia Warbler is one of the most boldly marked spring migrants. We selected the super photos below from our online galleries. We hope you like them! And don’t forget to submit your own!
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PERFECT POSE: Brad Ouellette photographed this warbler in May 2010 at Rondeau Provincial Park in Morpeth, Ontario.
SIDE STEP: Jim Chagares saw this alert warbler last May at Magee Marsh in Ohio.
YELLOW BELLY: Merv J. Cormier spotted this juvenile warbler as it showed off its dark-tipped tail.
BLACK NECKLACE: This heavily streaked bird was at Point Pelee National Park, a great place to see warblers. Brad Ouellette took the photo.
BRIGHT MALE: This photo, by Merv J. Cormier, shows off the Magnolia Warbler’s black cheek patch and necklace.
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