Blackburnian Warbler

Blackburnian Warbler

The Blackburnian shouts, “Here am I—count me.”  He is one of the Nature’s specific statements, never to be dismissed as “some kind of a warbler.” Fifty-three species of warblers swell the migrant waves that engulf the eastern flyways.  Traveling under cover of darkness, they are seen through telescopes as silhouettes passing the full moon or on a radar screens as blips that pass in the night.  

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