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We had a bad storm on Monday and when I stopped at Hoffman Hills I noticed there were a number of large willow tree branches had blown down around the ponds. There were a large number of warblers in and around the downed branches. I spent quite a bit of time photographing the various warblers. In all I saw four different types of warblers including Yellow-rumped, Common Yellowthroat, Yellow and Cape-may.

Yellow Warbler

Common Yellowthroat

Common Yellowthroat

Yellow-rumped Warbler

Yellow-rumped Warbler






  1. Yes,Aaron is right the Yellow-throated Warbler is actually a Common Yellowthroat-a totally different species.Hope this is of help.

    • Thanks for the reminder. I think I was going to correct it earlier but forgot. I think it is corrected everyplace.

  2. Hello,
    I stumbled onto your site by googleing the yellow-throated warbler. I believe the bird you have labled as a yellow-throuted warbler is actually a different bird called the common yellowthroat. Check it out in the link below or google it if you don’t trust the link. Excellent pictures by the way.
    Hope you have great day,

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