none
Birdwatching Dot Com

 

ORDER DESK

HOME

none

BIRDING FAQ

BIRDING TIPS

BIRD STORIES

VIDEOS

SOFTWARE

OPTICSnone

The Binocular Advisornone

Bird Spots Birdwatcher
none

Sign up for our FREE Email Newsletter

This Morning Outside

by Diane Porter

July 3, 2014
Birdwatching Dot Com
Fairfield, Iowa

One of the most persistent summer songs is the common yellowthroat's. A languid Wichity-Wichity-Wichity, in fields and woods and streamsides. I recorded this warbler in an overgrown field. Listen.

You can hear his song loudly twice, and then faintly the reply of a more distant yellowthroat.

If you are looking at a common yellowthroat up close, or with good binoculars, you'll see the black mask and its white upper border.

Common Yellowthroat
© 2014 Diane Porter

—Diane Porter

Chickadee on hand

See more pictures
from This Morning Outside

 

 


Best Binocular Picks

Kozy Spa


Seeing Birds
with your Ears