Waynesboro, VA; Stoney Creek (Wintergreen) 4/18/15

All photos are Marshall Faintich

Ridgeview Park (Waynesboro)

I did a late morning hike at Ridgeview Park to look for warblers, but I only saw 19 avian species in the park today, and the only warbler I saw there was a Yellow-rumped.


Yellow-rumped Warbler


House Wren


Red-bellied Woodpecker - notice its tongue!

Stoney Creek (Wintergreen)

Well, I still wanted to look for warblers, so I did an early afternoon hike from home. There weren't a lot of birds out and about, but I heard a few of our resident Pine Warblers, and saw a couple of Yellow-rumped Warblers. Soon after I entered the Allen Creek Nature Preserve, a bird caught my attention - it was my FOS Worm-eating Warbler, and a very cooperative, and early season one, as well!


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler


Worm-eating Warbler



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