Having been in Europe for the first half of May, I missed much of the warbler migration. Stops at Thickson’s Woods (Whitby), Prince Edward Point Nature Refuge, Long Point and Mc Gregor Point however still proved to be eventful. The following pictures were taken this month from those locations. At long last I managed to see a golden-winged warbler, but unfortunately a photograph proved elusive as she hopped from branch to branch, behind branches in the foreground.
Black-throated green warbler, after banding at Long Point
Magnolia warbler (female)
Magnolia warbler (male)
American redstart (female or juvenile)
Chestnut-sided warbler (female)
Black-throaed green warbler
Black and white warbler