The Palm Warblers have arrived from up North! They Winter here. I love seeing the small cuties. The Palm Warblers often browse in the lawn for insects. They also are seed eaters.
These warblers are a streaky tan and brown in color, and have a yellow area under their tail. They often are seen moving their tail feathers from side to side in a wagging motion. I am glad to have our little birds back! Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger version of the picture. Enjoy!
Palm Warblers are here in a big way for such a tiny bird. We have a lot of these cuties here in this neighborhood. The Palm Warblers flit around in the Oaks and also swoop down to the ground to hunt for tasty insects. The Palm Warblers are here with the Carolina Chickadees, Tufted Titmice, and the Carolina Wrens.
I mostly seem to see either Palm Warblers or Crows out and about. These likely are here in larger numbers than the other songbirds, or at least in this particular neighborhood. The weather here is warm and sunny. I took these pictures in my back yard on December 7, 2013. Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture. Enjoy!