Friday, June 4, 2010
The woods are filled with splashes of yellow these days. There is the American Goldfinch, the Yellow Warbler featured in my last post and now there is the Wilson's Warbler, all among many others.
The Wilson's Warbler is a very small bird ranging from 10 to 12 cm. They may be seen perched atop a tree like this one, flicking its tail. They eat a variety of insects. It would be good to have a flock of these in the yard when the flies descend on us this summer.