All rights reserved worldwide. ), Superficially similar to the Worm-eating Warbler is the Ovenbird (above and below)--at least until one sees the frontal streaking reminiscent of a spot-breasted thrush. Photo courtesy of Bob Steele. --We walked out on the pier at Hilton Pond on 27 Sep--not going far enough to irritate the wasps with which we had an unpleasant encounter in late July--and were surprised by a Red-headed Woodpecker flying low overhead. Complete eye ring, yellow breast, faint gray breast band, thin white wing bars, and light streaking on flanks and … It is not uncommon to be able to approach this warbler, as it is singing from a branch or hunting for insects. Magnolia Warbler : late April to mid May: Blackburnian Warbler: late April to mid May : Bay-breasted Warbler: late April to mid May: Contact Information: For more information, please contact: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Wildlife Diversity 4200 Smith School Road Austin, Texas 78744 Email Updates In addition, the Ovenbird's head-striping does not include an eye-line, and the crown is usually marked with a rusty streak. With nearly 30 species of migrating warblers to choose from, most of us need all the help we can get – especially with birds that are nearly identical in appearance and behavior. Many of our migratory warblers seem to lead double lives, and the Cape May is a good example. By late September fall migration is under way, with the first birds arriving at their wintering grounds. One of the more easily identified fall parulids is the Canada Warbler (above and below), whose prominent white eye ring and lack of wing bars and tail spots could lead one to confuse it only with Connecticut or Nashville Warblers.The giveaway field mark--usually present--is the Canada's streaky necklace, quite prominent in adult males. Fall's colors make finding migrating warblers difficult. Remember With the magnolia warbler, it's all about the white tail spots—and they seem to love to show them off. Most fly across Gulf of Mexico in spring and fall. The ground-nesting Worm-eating Warbler probably doesn't consume very many "worms," dining instead on caterpillars it finds in clusters of dead leaves. Black-and-white Warbler--2 So larger number of fall migrants can often be found on days when a high pressure cold front with winds from the north passes through. GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLER (Vermiuora chrysoptera) . Deborah E Bifulco. Even more than the male’s telltale streaky black necklace, it pays to learn the unique undertail pattern—half white, half black—that identifies all plumages of this species. In the fall, the male looses this face pattern and both sexes acquire more drab plumage. During spring migration, magnolia warbler birds zip through the eastern half of the U.S. on the way to their breeding grounds in Canada and northern states like Minnesota and Wisconsin.” One male (61-1977) 31 May 1977, Oasis, Mono Co. (VR, DR). Magnolia Warbler fall. (We've banded 49 Worm-eating Warblers at Hilton Pond Center since 1982. Abandoning their summer homes in the North Country, tiny wood warblers are on the move. This Magnolia Warbler was found by Tommy DeBardeleben on October 16th, at the Goldfield Recreation Site along the Lower Salt River. These little birds are scarcely 3.75" long--smaller than a Carolina Chickadee and barely bigger than a Golden-crowned Kinglet. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting with this icon. (We've banded 57 Northern Parulas at Hilton Pond Center since 1982, including females with active incubation patches that imply local breeding.). Please be sure to configure your spam filter to accept E-mails from hiltonpond.org. We share their mug shots and profile pictures below as a way of "diffusing the confusing.". It's winter! Nancy Tully captured this photo of a magnolia warbler. Female (below) and fledgling male Common Yellowthroats may be a little harder to identify than a male in "adult" plumage. 443 PHILADELPHIA VIREO. Breeding males are striking with black mask, white eyebrow, gray crown, white wing patch, and yellow throat and breast with necklace of black streaks. For this reason, the current evaluation status of the Magnolia Warbler is Least Concern. 12/28/07--after 3rd year female The spring:fall ratio for Magnolias is 56:350.) Here is a place where we can post all our photos of these fun challenges to help each other identify more of the birds we see. Similar Species: The tail pattern of the Magnolia Warbler is distinctive. Acknowledgement. Your tax-deductible contributions allow us to continue writing, photographing, and sharing "This Week at Hilton Pond." Female Black-throated Blue Warblers are fairly nondescript, but the white wing spot--actually the unpigmented bases of the primary feathers--is diagnostic when present. Some (usually adult males) have obviously yellowish underparts with dark streaking, bold wing bars, and the clear remains of chestnut color on the face. by Bill Hilton Jr., executive director of Be sure to scroll down for an account of all The male just above and below shows its brilliant orange tail, wing bar, and flank patch, contrasted against jet black on the breast, head, and back. This Magnolia Warbler was found by Tommy DeBardeleben on October 16th, at the Goldfield Recreation Site along the Lower Salt River. Complete eye ring, yellow breast, faint gray breast band, thin white wing bars, and light streaking on flanks and back. During spring migration, magnolia warbler birds zip through the eastern half of the U.S. on the way to their breeding grounds in Canada and northern states like Minnesota and Wisconsin.” Chestnut-sided Warbler--1 Magnolia Warbler fall. SCIENTIFIC NAME: Setophaga magnolia. A casual vagrant in late spring and fall in California. Legs are sculpted from two-part epoxy. Operation RubyThroat has teamed with EarthTrek so citizen scientists--like YOU--can contribute observations about hummingbird migration and nesting behavior. (Note the bill is also quite stout for a warbler.) I enjoyed the company of a flock of them while they hunted caterpillars and crane flies amongst the goldenrod and asters at the Rattray Marsh the first week in October. 434 Black-throated Green Warbler. To obtain permission for use or for further assistance on accessing this Web site, contact the Webmaster. This is only the third sighting of this species at the Center since 1982, and we've never banded one locally. We speak here of calling autumn migrant parulids "confusing fall warblers," giving some folks an excuse for NOT identifying similar but nonetheless unique warbler species. Females (below) are a different matter, so look for prominent white tail spots and a yellow line above the eye. For Iowa birding enthusiasts, the season’s most challenging migration has begun. Immatures lack the dark mask and bib of the adult, but the bird in the photo has enough of the former to make us think it's a young male. A yellow throat and black mask--salt and pepper in winter--allows confusion only with the Yellow-breasted Chat, which is twice its size. You can even do Web searches through iGive and earn a penny per search for the cause! Legs are sculpted from two-part epoxy. This puzzle sized 11.75in by 19.25in and has 449 pieces, by John James Audubon. Such is the case with the Black-throated Blue Warbler, in which the female (above) is so different from the male even John James Audubon initially thought they were different species. Listen For Magnolia warblers sing a sweet but weak-sounding pretty-pretty Maggie! And my favorite field mark to see on Magnolias in any season is the distinctively patterned undertail that is white on inner half and black on outer half. . click on the above arrow to hear the song of the Magnolia Warbler This entry was posted in Birds and tagged Greem-wood Cemetery , Laura Meyers Nature Photography , Magnolia Warbler Fall , … Using Network for Good via Facebook's "Causes," the following person this week made a contribution to "Help the Hummingbirds" in honor of Bill Hilton Jr.'s 63rd birthday and bringing the total to $456--short of the $1,260 goal but nice nonetheless. Magnolia Warbler (Setophaga magnolia), Goldfield Recreation Site, Maricopa County. Magnolia Warbler Photo Credit: Terry Hartley - Due South Photography. Habitat: The Magnolia Warbler breeds in small conifers, especially young spruces, in purely coniferous stands or in mixed forest. Oddly, on 28 Sep we netted an adult male AMGO (below) that already had lost its breeding plumage--including the distinctive black forehead--and was in heavy tail and body molt. NOW is the time to report your RTHU fall departure dates from the U.S. & Canada, and fall arrival dates for Mexico & Central America. The Magnolia Warbler is a member of the wood warbler family. 437 BAY-BREASTED WARBLER. The Cape May is one fall warbler that varies widely in plumage. I use the word challenging because no other grouping of birds is more difficult to correctly identify than autumn warblers. Complete eye ring, yellow breast, faint gray breast band, thin white wing bars, and light streaking on flanks and back. Females and fall males lack the breeding male's bold facial markings, but all maggies have the lemon breast, Fortunately, there are some basics that can help me – and you -- decide which species we are currently viewing. . The white eye ring is noticeable. A magnolia warbler displaying fall plumage feeding on an insect. Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History is a non-profit research & education organization in York, South Carolina USA; phone (803) 684-5852. The species is distinctive, with bright yellow wingbars that give the bird its common name. sightings of For every new member who signs up and makes an on-line purchase iGive will donate an ADDITIONAL $5 to the Center. Abbreviations. Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, Current Weather Conditions at Hilton Pond Center, Join the Call note is a very sweet chet! The magnolia warbler is a member of the wood warbler family Parulidae. (We've banded 398 American Redstarts at Hilton Pond Center since 1982. AMGO are noted for being late breeders; they feed their offspring native thistle seeds that don't usually ripen until late summer or early autumn. Remember With the magnolia warbler, it's all about the white tail spots—and they seem to love to show them off. The Travels of Magnolia Warbler "Maggies" head south for the winter, where they can be found on shade coffee farms, which provide habitat absent from the sun coffee farms that are rapidly replacing them. Photograph (top) of a Magnolia Warbler at Papillion, Sarpy Co 12 May 2018 by Phil Swanson. Golden-winged Warblers are a species of concern due to habitat loss and because more common Blue-winged Warblers are hybridizing extensively with them. Please send an E-mail message to INFO. You can also use our on-line Hilton Pond Search Engine at the bottom of this page. 436 Scarlet Tanager. 440 Black-throated Blue Warbler. Good birding, and I’ll see you in the woods. Magnolia Warbler--1 * 444 Swainson's Thrush. Get opinion pieces, letters and editorials sent directly to your inbox weekly! Magnolia, however, has wing bars and white undertail coverts. But be prepared to catch a few stragglers in early- … I’ll take a closer look if it returns to the same shrubs next fall. It’s important to note that warblers are divided into two basic categories – those with wing bars, and those without wing bars. Casual in Arizona, nearly annual as a migrant (primarily fall) or winter visitor. 438 Blackburnian Warbler. 445 Tennessee Warbler. It is an attractive bird to see in its blue, yellow and black plumage. Please subscribe to keep reading. ), Our third brown, ground-dwelling warbler this month was the Northern Waterthrush (above and below), which despite its breast streaking doesn't look at all like an Ovenbird. I’ll take a closer look if it returns to the same shrubs next fall. A casual vagrant in late spring and fall in California. When colors are drab, the best clues to … A Magnolia Warbler foraged in the Northern Bayberry last September, but I’m not sure whether it was eating the berries or bugs. Magnolia Warbler. Hooded Warbler--2 * White-throated Sparrow Migration Bingo! Return to Warblers. Enjoy unlimited articles at one of our lowest prices ever. Graham Gerdeman Nashville House Finch--3, American Goldfinch (2) Illustrated here (above and below) is an immature female; the picture at the very top of the page is of a young male with considerably brighter rust-colored necklace that, come spring, will be joined by a second strand of blue-black. Thanks to the following fine folks for recent gifts in support of Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History and/or Operation RubyThroat: The Hummingbird Project. Deborah E Bifulco. The orange eye-stripe and chest are good field marks. 441 Magnolia Warbler. 436 Scarlet Tanager. Northern Waterthrushes breed much further north, in New England and across most of Canada.). Among locally banded parulids, this species is exceeded only by our 2,047 Yellow-rumped Warblers and 404 Magnolia Warblers.). 444 Swainson's Thrush. Magnolia Warblers Dart Into Fall in Mississauga Magnolia Warblers are colourful and common. Magnolia Warbler (Setophaga magnolia), Indian School Park, Maricopa County. It's a painless, important way for YOU to support our on-going work in conservation, education, and research. Quite a few members of this species migrate through the Carolina Piedmont each autumn, with a few occasionally wintering in the Coastal Plain and even further inland. From what I can find, there is only one winter record in the state of this species, from January 2019. His paintings are both realistic and beautiful but his greatest contribution to natural history was simplified field guides that made identifying all sorts of flora and fauna an easier task for amateur naturalists. It's winter! Magnolia Warbler spring. Please participate. In fall, their color pattern is more diffuse gray and yellow. Call note is a very sweet chet! Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History. Buy Liberty Puzzles Magnolia Warbler, a beautifully detailed wooden jigsaw puzzle. Length: 5" Wingspan: 7.5" Weight: 0.3 oz. There's nothing confusing about the male Black-throated Blue Warbler (spring bird below), nor is there any question about how he got his name. You may wish to consult our Index of all nature topics covered since February 2000. In fall, when it is most likely to be seen in Washington, this species has greenish upperparts, a gray head with a prominent white eye-ring, two white wingbars, yellow underparts from chin to belly, streaked sides (sometimes weakly), and white undertail coverts. ‘For every two that come up, there are now six going back,’ says Paul Sweet. The global population of this bird is estimated at 32,000,000 individuals and does not show signs of decline that would necessitate inclusion on the IUCN Red List. such as the immature male Common Yellowthroat (above and below). Magnolia Warbler (Setophaga magnolia), Indian School Park, Maricopa County. This easy-to-spot warbler spends time in low shrubs and trees. If you are familiar with Roger Tory Peterson’s “Confusing Fall Warbler” section of his field guide, you know that heart-quickening moment when you see an unfamiliar Warbler and wonder if it could possibly be a rarity. Even when warblers are bedecked in their finest spring plumage, making an accurate identification can be frustrating. That’s the only thing it can be. By the way, if you add the iGive Toolbar to your browser and register Operation RubyThroat as your preferred charity, it'll be even easier to help Hilton Pond when you shop. In many young males the yellow tends to be more salmon-colored. aka Black and Yellow Warbler . HMM: Hastings Municipal Museum NWR: National Wildlife Refuge UNSM: University of Nebraska State Museum. A magnolia warbler displaying fall plumage feeding on an insect. (Back to Preceding Week; on to Next Week), WHEN IT'S DREARY AND COLD Don’t worry about getting them all; almost nobody does. In summer it eats insects, but during migration and winter it varies its diet with nectar from flowers and with juice that it obtains by piercing fruit. Features Life Size Carving Hand Carved by Skilled Artist Hand Painted Exquisite Detailing Limited Edition All of our wooden birds are hand carved out of solid basswood. Look also for the long white superciliary line and the partial ring beneath the eye. The birds are designed, carved, and painted to … Chickadees and titmice, nuthatches and jays, and woodpeckers, like the Pileated pictured here, all love suet. The Prairie Warbler nests east of the Great Plains from southern New England and the lower Midwest to the Gulf Coast, and winters in southern Florida and the West Indies. . plus other nature notes of interest. Young male Chestnut-sided Warblers (below) look pretty much like immature females, except that most have more of the chestnut markings that give the species its name. ), There are several brown, ground-dwelling parulids that at first glance look less like typical treetop warblers and more like thrushes or sparrows. Features Life Size Carving Hand Carved by Skilled Artist Hand Painted Exquisite Detailing Limited Edition All of our wooden birds are hand carved out of solid basswood. Fall migrating female Black-and-white Warbler. I always encourage people to remember that you don’t have to be a trained expert to have fun watching wild birds. More likely a beginning birder would confuse the Black-and-white Warbler with a small woodpecker, since the warbler's especially long hind toe (right) allows it to cling woodpecker- or nuthatch-style to tree trunks while gleaning insects and spiders from bark crevices. Please enroll by going to the iGive Web site; more than 200 members have signed up to help. Color-marked For most of the United States spring and fall is the time to see a Magnolia Warbler as they migrate to and from the breeding grounds in the boreal forest. 440 Black-throated Blue Warbler. Buy Liberty Puzzles Magnolia Warbler, a beautifully detailed wooden jigsaw puzzle. Please report your During migration in Tennessee, it is usually found in flocks with other … The picture of this Magnolia Warbler was photographed at Green-wood Cemetery in Brooklyn New York. The Magnolia Warbler is a member of the wood warbler family. (Incidentally, the Ovenbird in the photo above had mandibles that were slightly crossed at the tip.) A Magnolia Warbler foraged in the Northern Bayberry last September, but I’m not sure whether it was eating the berries or bugs. I enjoyed the company of a flock of them while they hunted caterpillars and crane flies amongst the goldenrod and asters at the Rattray Marsh the first week in October. Nature Blog Network. Our species total was over 430, and nearing our newest goal of 440. White-throated Sparrow Migration Bingo! 1997. Fall was magical; there were always birds showing up in Southern California, and our strategic trips to northern California ended in success. With that set of key markings, there is nothing else it can be. Please tag all photos with Common Name, Scientific Name, and Gender/Age if you know it. then {{format_dollars}}{{start_price}}{{format_cents}} per month. The estimate is that more than triple the numbers of birds that fly North through the city in the Spring are now returning south. To his credit, however, Peterson then employs his innovative technique of pointing out precise field marks that DO differentiate various autumn warblers--meaning with a little work they aren't that confusing after all. This Magnolia Warbler was discovered by Terry Michl on 03 October 2020 and photographed by Jim Burns on 04 October 2020. You have permission to edit this article. OTHER NATURE NOTES OF INTEREST (We've banded 50 Hooded Warblers at Hilton Pond Center since 1982. During fall migration, most warblers are cloaked in subdued tones of brown, gray, yellow, and olive. But be prepared to catch a few stragglers in early- … The female lacks the male's bold accoutrements, instead wearing an elegant white eyering on her gray head, 2 thin white wingbars, and yellow underparts with moderate streaking. Deborah E Bifulco. 433 Chestnut-sided Warbler. It's one of the earliest warblers to migrate through in fall, and some start as soon as mid-July. That combination of keys is unique to that species; there is no other bird that could fit that description. If you like to shop on-line please become a member of iGive, through which more than 750 on-line stores from Amazon to Barnes & Noble, L.L. (Some females have a very faint spot that is quite difficult to see.) Females (above and just below) and young males are gray-green with conspicuous yellow at the bend of the wing and base of most tail feathers. The late Roger Tory Peterson (1908-1996) was among the greatest of bird artists to take a brush to canvas. The global population of this bird is estimated at 32,000,000 individuals and does not show signs of decline that would necessitate inclusion on the IUCN Red List. Pale plumage of fall migrating Magnolia Warbler. Pale plumage of fall migrating Magnolia Warbler. Summer Tanager--3 (We have banded 161 Black-throated Blue Warblers at Hilton Pond Center since 1982. Here’s another. Many warblers are more common either in Florida (aka back East) or Texas. Tropical Hummingbird Expedition to ), The diminutive Northern Parula (formerly Parula Warbler) is the smallest of our Wood Warblers at Hilton Pond Center. Costa Rica, Guatemala, or Belize Hilton Pond Center. It's worth noting occasional females have hoods almost as dark as those on males. While Magnolia Warbler sightings are more numerous outside the Park during spring and fall migration seasons (with clusters of sightings south of the Finger Lakes area and on the southern shores of Lake Ontario), during the June-July breeding season the pattern shifts, with sightings clustered in the Adirondacks, Catskills, Tug Hill area, and Appalachian Plateau. We netted the bird right at dusk on 28 September when light had grown too dim for photography, but that's okay; like the rest of the parulids described above, there's nothing all that confusing about the Magnolia Warbler. During the fall migration, things get even tougher as those same species arrive in their comparatively nondescript juvenile or autumn plumages. The Ovenbird takes its name from its habit of building a canopy over its nest, reminiscent of an old-style outdoor oven. Fall Migration. Literature Cited. aka Black and Yellow Warbler Listen For Magnolia warblers sing a sweet but weak-sounding pretty-pretty Maggie! 439 Nashville Warbler. If the bird in view does have wing bars, plus a white eye ring, and one or two crimson feathers on the top of its head, the mystery is solved. Each autumn, it travels down the Atlantic shoreline to Florida, its most southern stop in the United States before launching toward the tropics. The yellow underneath and blue-gray on top makes them an easy ID, once you eliminate the Canada Warbler that migrates the first half of the migration. Fall migrating female Black-and-white Warbler. 437 BAY-BREASTED WARBLER. (Please see Support if you'd like to make a gift of your own. It is not as shy a warbler as most other warbler species. Casual in Arizona, nearly annual as a migrant (primarily fall) or winter visitor. In the fall, the male looses this face pattern and both sexes acquire more drab plumage. The Cape May is one fall warbler that varies widely in plumage. (Since 1982, we've banded 76 Chestnut-sided Warblers at Hilton Pond Center. 434 Black-throated Green Warbler. This is the Magnolia Warbler, a species much more common in the second half of the migration. Strays reach west coast in spring and especially in fall. On-line data entry forms are now live, so please register today at EarthTrek. Females and fall males lack the breeding male's bold facial markings, but all maggies have the lemon breast, ‘For every two that come up, there are now six going back,’ says Paul Sweet. (We've captured 353 Common Yellowthroats since 1982 at Hilton Pond Center, making it our fourth most commonly banded Wood Warbler. Look for a yellow throat, lack of wing bars and tail spots, and broken white eye ring. Magnolia Warblers are colourful and common. You can also contribute by ordering an Operation RubyThroat T-shirt.). is part of the Both species bob their tails when foraging on the ground. (In addition to the four Golden-winged Warblers, single-digit "rare parulids" banded at the Center include eight Yellow-throated, seven Nashville, four Wilson's, four Orange-crowned, three Connecticut, two Swainson's, and two Blackburnian Warblers.). Common Yellowthroats are smallish, about 4.25" long. Comments by Don Verser: Magnolia Warbler can be surprisingly dull in the fall and look in some ways similar to Nashville. "This Week at Hilton Pond" is written & photographed FALL WARBLERS. It is an attractive bird to see in its blue, yellow and black plumage. 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