Cantaloupe eye land

Blackburnian Dynamite

Blackburnian Dynamite

Sideblackburnian

Sideblackburnian

Usually found foraging for insects higher up in the trees, a few Blackburnian warblers (Setophaga fusca) decided to try their luck picking through leaves on the woodland floor.

With a bright fiestaware face, swarthy mask, and natty black-and-white togs, this little bird cuts quite the dandy spring figure.

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