warblers, Baltimore orioles, and Orchard orioles weave nests from the Spanish moss that festoons from the branches.
One of the most interesting birds of the year was a cerulean warbler/northern parula
hybrid discovered at Fabyan Forest Preserve in Geneva.
Like the American bird swept along the jet stream to Scotland, featured in 'A Northern Parula
Blown to the Hebrides', the poet is a voyager who ends up in an unknown place, 'blown across the sea' and 'dropped out of the sky.'"' She starts out by locating commonalities with the world she knows, simple ones at first.
Last year WBF treated more than 4,000 birds, including migrating rarities like a northern parula
, a small warbler.
"There are some basic constitutional lines there, but that's the official story," said Mary Kelly, a principal at Parula
, an Austin environmental analysis firm.
Sr2 was detected in several highly resistant old, tall Kenyan cultivars like Kenya plume (Singh and McIntosh, 1986) and semidwarf CIMMYT, cultivars Pavon F 76, Parula
, Kingbird, Dollarbird etc.
Prairie, pine, yellowthroat, northern waterthrush, redstart and parula
warblers accompanied veery, catbirds and an unprecedented number of rose-breasted grosbeaks.
Higher in the upper canopy is where yellow-billed cuckoos are found, along with red-eyed vireos, rose-breasted grosbeak, summer and scarlet tanagers and an array of warblers northern parula
, pine, palm, and black and white.
The Northern Parula
(NOPA) is a high canopy feeder, and yet this species is very positively associated with RDA axis 1; however, this may be due to insufficient sampling, as the NOPA was detected only once.
RSPB Scotland officer John Bowler spotted the nothern parula
, which is smaller than a blue tit.
Elsewhere, two absolute "megas" turned up this week in the form of an alder flycatcher on Blakeney Point, Norfolk, and a superb northern parula
found on Tiree, Argyll.