White-eyed Vireo Spring

White-eyed Vireo in Crab Apple Tree photographed in Green-wood Cemetery.
White-eyed Vireo
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The picture of this beautiful White-eyed Vireo perched on the blossoming Crab Apple Tree was photographed at the Green-wood Cemetery in Brooklyn New York during Spring Migration.
Click on the area below to hear the song of the White-eyed Vireo.

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Spring

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher photographed at Green-wood Cemetery
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
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The picture of this pretty Blue-gray Gnatcatcher with flowers was photographed at the Green-wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York during spring migration.
Click on the arrow below to hear the song of the Blue-gray Gnatcatcher.

Rose-breasted Grosbeak Male

Rose-breasted Grosbeak Male on Perch at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge
Rose-breasted Grosbeak Male
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The picture of this lovely male Rose-breasted Grosbeak was photographed at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge in Queens New York during the middle of April.

To hear the song of the Rose-Breasted Grosbeak click on the arrow below.

Palm Warbler Breeding

Palm Warbler breeding plumage photographed at Green-wood Cemetery in Brooklyn.
Palm Warbler Breeding
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The picture of this pretty Palm Warbler in breeding plumage was taken at Green-wood Cemetery in Brooklyn New York at the beginning of Spring Migration in early April.
Click on the arrow below to hear the song of the Palm Warbler.

Wood Stork Foraging


Wood Stork Foraging at Sweetwater Wetlands Park, Gainesville, Florida
Wood Stork Foraging
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The picture of this Wood Stork foraging was taken at the Sweetwater Wetland Park in Gainesville, Florida during the winter months. There were quite of few Wood Storks along with most of the wading birds at this time.
Wood Storks are usually silent, but nestlings make a ruckus at the breeding colonies. Wood Storks make a clattering sound by snapping their bills together during courtship.

To hear the sounds of the breeding Wood Stork colonies click on arrow below.