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Bird Photos, Birding Sites, Bird Information: BREEDING MALE CHESTNUT-SIDED WARBLER,

Breeding male

A male chestnut-sided warbler, a bird that breeds in the northeastern U.S. and southeast Canada, is in his breeding colors for only a few months out of the ...

Breeding male

Breeding female

Find a Bird. Search. Photo: Rick & Nora Bowers/Vireo

Breeding male Chestnut-sided Warbler, Tompkins Co., NY, May.

Adirondack Birding: Chestnut-sided Warbler on the John Brown Farm Trails (31 May. Birds ...

Bay-breasted Warbler Breeding male

Breeding male

Chestnut-sided warbler

Adirondack Birding: Chestnut-sided Warbler on the John Brown Trails (31 May 2018. Birds ...

Chestnut-sided Warbler Setophaga pensylvanica

Breeding male

Male Burket's warbler, a first-of-its-kind triple-species hybrid

House Sparrow

Chestnut-collared Longspur

Adirondack Birding: Chestnut-sided Warbler on the Ski Jump Trail at John Brown (. Birds ...

Chestnut teal

Bay-breasted Warbler Breeding female

Find a Bird. Search. Photo: Glenn Bartley/Vireo

Adirondack Birding: Chestnut-sided Warbler on the Jackrabbit Trail at River Road (21. Birds ...

The chestnut-collared longspur is one of two globally threatened bird species that migrates to and breeds in the new important bird area.

Zebra Finch

Male Chestnut-collared Longspur displaying, Alberta, 23 May.

Birds. THE CHESTNUT-FACED OWL 193 Family Strigidce. Barn Owls. The Barn Owls are all strictly nocturnal and mostly silent birds, which prefer rats and mice, ...

Burket's warbler, previously unknown to science, was discovered by Pittsburgh birder Lowell Burket.

Chestnut-collared Longspur, male, January 27, 2015 by Rick Bohn, USFWS

Chestnut-breasted shelduck

Male Kestrels have smart grey heads and chestnut backs. They are our only hole-nesting falcon, and readily take to nest boxes, as here. Photo Luke Delve.

Chestnut Thrush is a 27cm resident bird of Pakistan. Stays mostly between 2300-3300 meters and breeds there, avoids dryer sunny slopes.

Chestnut-sided warbler, nonbreeding male.  Photo from Merlin ...

Breeding male

... the Cape May warbler is uncommon, although often seen in migration. The male bird in breeding plumage has chestnut cheeks and a white wing ...

A chestnut-sided warbler eats a grub in Manitoba in 2009. (Stuart McKay). The melodic chorus of diminutive migratory birds ...

Pair of Chestnut Teals in north-west Tasmania, near Stanley. The male has a green head and chestnut breast. The female's feathers are edged with pale brown.

Blue Grosbeak, adult male May in Kern County, California. Photo by Brian Small

Habitat: Breeds in and around short-grassed prairies. May also be found in agricultural land when foraging, in migration, and in winter.

Dickcissel

Bengalese finch and Zebra finch

Adult Male Chestnut-sided Warbler in Breeding Plumage Perched on a Branch

Male Bluethroats from Alaska, Bluethroat is one of the handful of birds that breed in

Chestnut-breasted Mannikin

Chestnut-bellied Seedeater Sporophila castaneiventris

Beautiful bird Bombycilla garrulus

Trip Planner: Fuzhou National Forest Park

... that bold male birds focus on forming strong relationships with their future breeding partners while shy male birds play the field: http://po.st/j2M43p ...

Adult male, breeding plumage

A breeding adult male approaching a water point for a drink in southern Ethiopia. Chestnut Weaver Ploceus rubiginosus

Bird Field Guide

Male House sparrow. Males in breeding plumage have streaked chestnut ...

... Chestnut-collared Longspur Davis Pasture 18-0116 06 (1)_edited_small

Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Bird Photo, Wild Birds Unlimited, WBU

Chestnut-fronted macaw

Barn owl Tyto alba

During the breeding season, the male paradise whydah is unmistakable with his black plumage and spectacular sweeping tail.

As you can see, the Spoonies moult at different rates. Most taking around 8

British garden birds: spring and summer highlights

Adult male in breeding plumage. Nelson sewage ponds, July 2018.

Reed bunting (male)

A small black bird with red eyes walks in the marsh grasses. Information icon

Blackcap is a common summer breeding visitor in much of central and southern Scotland including Arran. A distinctive greyish warbler, the male has a black ...

Male Burket's warbler shows off two symmetrically-placed, albeit faint, rufous spots on

Male Chestnut-sided Warbler (Setophaga pensylvanica) (Steve Arena) Tags: male

Adirondack Birding: Chestnut-sided Warbler on the John Brown Trails (13 June 2018. Birds ...

Little grebes, also known as dabchicks, are quite small and rather dumpy birds with blunt rear ends. They are dark brown, with a chestnut-brown throat and ...

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Always present in varying numbers, the Chestnut Teal is a breeding resident with family groups readily visible in the breeding season. The male may be ...

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Welcome Swallow

Chestnut-Sided Warbler

Male Chestnut-sided Warbler (Setophaga pensylvanica) (Steve Arena) Tags: male

U-TINY BIRD WATCHING

Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse (Male, OMAN)

Teal (male)

Breeding male

Spring male Chestnut-sided Warbler

Adult Male Chestnut-sided Warbler in Breeding Plumage Perched on a Branch

A curious White-crested Laughingthrush photographed in Sattal, India by Rick Toor ...

BIRD OF THE WEEK: April 21, 2017 SCIENTIFIC NAME: Setophaga pensylvanica. POPULATION: 18 million. TREND: Stable HABITAT: Breeds in second-growth deciduous ...

British Birds March 2018

... or on a low branch just above the shrubs, where he sings with a varied array of trills, whistles and warbles, together with mimicry of other birds.

Zebra Finches are small, colorful birds that are extremely popular with pet bird owners. They are renowned for their ability to sing beautiful, ...

Birding Italy

The Chestnut Flanked White Zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata [formerly Poephila guttata]),

Spring Bird Migration in Mallorca

The Singing Life of Birds. The Art and Science of Listening to Birds