Black Throated Blue Warbler - Various - 101 North American Bird Songs (CD)

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Label: J.C. Entertainment Co., Inc. - JCD 116 • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Childrens • Style: Educational


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  1. A uniquely colored, midnight-blue bird of tangled understories, the male Black-throated Blue Warbler sings a relaxed, buzzy I-am-so-la-zee on warm summer days in Eastern hardwood forests. He’s aptly named, with a midnight blue back, sharp white belly, and black throat. The olive-brown females, while not as dramatically marked as the males, have a unique white square on the wing that readily.
  2. Listen to Black-throated blue warbler on - a comprehensive collection of North American bird songs and bird calls. Home. Search. Favorites. A - Z. App. Black-throated blue warbler. song. / Black-throated blue warbler (song) song. Alvaro Jaramillo Kelly Colgan Azar. Other warblers. American redstart. Bay-breasted warbler.
  3. Listen to warblers on Here you will find North American bird songs.
  4. Guide to North American Bird Songs and Sounds This guide will help you identify songs and sounds of North American birds. As you step through the guide, you will be asked whether the sound was simple or complex, musical or harsh, etc, a set of choices of sound attributes.
  5. Setophaga caerulescens. The lazy, buzzy song of the Black-throated Blue Warbler comes from the undergrowth of leafy eastern woods. Although the bird usually keeps to the shady understory, it is not especially shy; a birder who walks quietly on trails inside the forest may observe it closely.
  6. Striking warbler with vastly different male and female plumages. Breeding males unique deep blue above with black face and sides, and white belly. Females are plain brownish-olive with dingy buffy underparts and subtle face pattern. Look for small white patch on the wing. Forages for insects in lower and mid-stories of mature forest, favoring hills with thick undergrowth.
  7. The Black-throated Gray Warbler is a striking yet monochrome warbler that wears only a tiny spot of yellow just above and in front of the eye. Its black throat and gray back give it its name, but its bold black-and-white striped face is equally eye catching. The Black-throated Gray Warbler frequents pine and mixed pine-oak forests west of the Rocky Mountains and spends the winters farther.
  8. Cerulean Warbler vs. Northern Parula vs. Black-throated Blue Warbler From left: Black-throated Blue Warbler; Northern Parula; Cerulean Warbler. Photos: Ray Hennessy/iStock. One of the fastest ways to narrow down a warbler song is to establish whether it contains a series of buzzy or clear elements.
  9. The Nashville Warbler is a boisterous yellow songster with a striking, big-eyed look thanks to a white eyering that contrasts sharply with its gray hood. Nashville Warblers are fun to watch as they teeter on the ends of leaves and branches searching for food. Despite their name, Nashville Warblers are only found in Tennessee during migration. Look for them in shrubby tangles and regrowing.

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