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orange crowned warbler at my feeder

Posted: Feb 15 8:13 pm
by Debby
I have what I'm almost certain is an orange crowned warbler feeding at my suet feeder. He (or she) showed up when the cold started and it's been coming around several times a day for the past week or so. This seems to be more than a bit odd, but I can't find anything else that it might be. It's definitely not a kinglet. Has anyone else seen them around during winter (this one or past winters)? Is there anything else it might be?? I've got a good picture of it, but I'm not even going to attempt to follow the posting instructions. I could however email a picture to anyone interested.

Re: orange crowned warbler at my feeder

Posted: Feb 16 8:04 pm
by therobwalker
It's possible it could be an orange crowned warbler... feel free to email it to me if you like if you haven't to someone else yet. rw.walker@shaw.ca

Re: orange crowned warbler at my feeder

Posted: Feb 20 12:25 pm
by northvanrob
A friend of mine yesterday sent me a photo of an Orange-crowned Warbler at her hummingbird feeder.
She wanted to ID the bird!

There is a population of Orange-crowned Warbler's that overwinter around Boundary Bay and areas nearby!