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Magnolia P.I. – Bug Hunter

Looking for insects that might be lurking among the pollen-filled fringe, this Magnolia warbler was nice enough to sit & pose in between bites.

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Still magnolias

Magnolia warblers (Setophaga magnolia) were everywhere one spring day on Sandy Hook, including both the beach and woodland areas. The males seemed especially abundant, or at least conspicuous — and quite dashing in their bright yellow, striped waistcoats & domino … Continue reading

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Migrant wooer

With his black-and-yellow striped waistcoat and ebony ascot, this male Magnolia warbler (Setophaga magnolia) has to be one of the nattier outfitted of the spring migrators.

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