Nashville Warbler at Hotel Rancho San Cayetano

Nashville Warbler at Hotel Rancho San Cayetano

Nashville Warbler sitting in a tree at Hotel Rancho San Cayetano, Zitacuaro, Mexico 6

What a pleasure to find a Nashville Warbler lingering in the wooded valley next to our accommodations in Zitacuaro, Mexico.  Our morning walk into the depths of the shady glen was completed more out of curiosity than anything else.  It served as a bit of exercise after a hearty breakfast and pleased our senses with the sights and sounds of tropical plants and surroundings.  The presence of dozens of songbirds was an unexpected bonus. Read more

Nashville Warbler Visits Our Toronto Backyard



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Nashville Warbler Visits Our Toronto Backyard

Nashville warbler sitting on a water fountain in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Of the various Warblers frequenting our backyard one spring, it was the Pine Warblers and this  Nashville Warbler (Oreothlypis ruficapilla) that made the longest stays.  We experienced long periods without rain that spring so the water fountain on our property was a real attraction for a lot of migrating birds. Read more

A Nashville Warbler Enjoys Blossoms In Our Backyard

A Nashville Warbler Enjoys Blossoms In Our Backyard

nashville warbler - stands among pink apple blossom with tongue - toronto - ontario

One of my favorite backyard features is the flowering crab apple tree outside our bedroom window.  It reminds me fondly of the wild cherry tree that bloomed next to my bedroom window when I was a child growing up at Oxtongue Lake.  Bob and I scrutinize this apple tree for avian visitors every time we pass by the window.  A pleasant surprise greeted us late one afternoon when a Nashville Warbler (Oreothlypis ruficapilla) sat nestled in amongst the pink flower buds. Read more