All pictures are links to larger versions.
All of these pictures are from Point Pelee National Park. More than just a migrant trap, Pelee is justly famous for warblers:
Black-throated green, Mourning, Yellow-rumped warblers
Yellow, Cape May, Chestnut-sided warblers (It was a cold day.)
Black-throated blue, Canada, Black-and-white warblers
Indigo bunting, female Eastern bluebird, Scarlet tanager
Male and female Rose-breasted grosbeaks
Nelson's sharp-tailed sparrow
When a rare bird like a Nelson's sharp-tailed sparrow shows up, you get a Pelee moment. I estimated that about $ 100,000 worth of optics - only some of it shown here - were pointed at this bird.
And finally, an American goldfinch with an attitude
Birds from the USA and Canada: our house, Texas, California, Hawaii, Canada,
Neotropic birds from Central America and the Caribbean: Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago
Neotropic birds from South America: Ecuador, Brazil.
Western palearctic birds: Europe: Germany, Finland, Norway, Europe: United Kingdom, Europe: Spain, the Canary Islands, Europe: Lesbos, Greece, Israel
Eastern palearctic birds: China
Birds from Africa: The Gambia, South Africa
Indo-Malayan birds from India: North-west (Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand) India: North-east (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya) India: Central (Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh)
Birds from Australia, New Zealand.
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