[CT Birds] Yellow-throated Warbler

David F Provencher david.f.provencher at dom.com
Tue Apr 27 14:10:23 EDT 2010

The bird was in a slightly different area last year than it was 2 years ago. At times you would have to push through the forest understory to find it since it wasn't along a road/path much of the time. I have not looked for it yet this year but will. It is quite possible (perhaps likely) that Bob found it around the edge of its territory. It often sings from very high in the tall White Pines and hardwoods and can be less than audibly robust to us ground-dwelling souls. If anyone is able to relocate the bird (including myself) a detailed description of the location would obviously be very much appreciated by the members of this forum.

Dave Provencher
Naturally New England<http://naturallynewengland.blogspot.com/>

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