Dan and Tom's 2003 Magee Marsh Migration






May 10-14, 2003



Black Throated Green Warbler


Black Billed Cuckoo


Amish Birders


Blackpoll Warbler


Blue Gray Gnatcatcher


Goldenwinged Warbler


Mourning Warbler


Scarlet Tanager


Cerulean Warbler


Dan simplifies things


Northern Oriole


Yellow Throated Warbler


Rose-Breasted Grosbeak


Canada Warbler


Chestnut-sided Warbler


Nashville Warbler


Wilson's Warbler


Male American Redstart Warbler


Female American Redstart Warbler


Buttbird Warbler


Catbird


The elusive Blue-winged Warbler


Reconnecting


Screech Owl


Ovenbird Warbler


Sora Rail


Magnolia Warbler


Common Yellowthroat Warbler


Ovenbird Warbler


Northern Waterthrush Warbler


Blackthroated Blue Warbler


Catching up with Ron and Barb of Canton


Cape May Warbler


Black and White Warbler


Danny and I came upon a group who thought this bird was the extremely rare Kirtland's Warbler, but the photo of the yellow spot over the rump convinced them that it was, instead, an immature magnolia.


Long-time birding friends Tom and Carolyn of Canton.


Red-breasted Merganser


The hard-to-see Orange Crowned Warbler. Hard to see, in part, because it rarely comes down near eye level.


Green Heron


Yellow Warbler


Parula Warbler


Robin


Wood Thrush


Ruby Throated Hummingbird


On International Bird Migration Day the Visitor's Center exhibited three birds whose wings were injured


Barn Owl


Short Eared Owl


I had a great time, as usual. This year we set a new record, seeing 27 different types of warblers. A record that will be very hard to beat!


       Dan and Tom's 2002 Annual Warbler Quest.

       Dan and Tom's 2001 Annual Warbler Quest.