One female Nasville Warbler, one female Yellow Warbler at my home at Brookside Mobile Home Park

Observers: Douglas Dunaway
Verification: sierra
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Date: 10/06/2006
Time: 06:38 PM -0400


The female Nashville was eating aphids off my dying sqaush plants as well as the neighbors apple trees. Don't know what she was after in the apple trees, but she was very busy, along with a female Yellow Warbler. There is a Cottonwood tree next to the apple trees, and the warblers were busy in it as well. These birds don't stay put for long, so it took awhile to make the identifications. The Yellow Warbler was easy, but the Nashville took some time. No wing bars or stripes of any kind, almost completly green on top. Very distinct gray head with the white eye-ring.