warblers

Songs and calls of some New York State birds

Wood Warblers

All sound records are now mp3 files.

Images are adapted from drawings by Chester A. Reed, B. S. in Chapman.

Black and White Warbler
Mniotilta varia

Limekiln Lake, August 1997.

Worm-eating Warbler
Helmitheros vermivorus
 
Mohonk Preserve, May 2000.

Blue-winged Warbler
Vermivora pinus

Long Island, June 1996.
Alternate song
Long Island, May 1998.

Northern Parula Warbler
Parula americana

Long Island, May 1996.

Long Island, May 1997.
Alternate song
Long Island, May 1999.

Yellow Warbler
Dendroica petechia
Song 1
Song 2, same bird.
Long Island, May 1996.

Long Island, May 1999.

Cerulean Warbler
Dendroica cerulea

Bear Mountain State Park, June 1998.

Chestnut-sided Warbler
Dendroica pensylvanica

Mashomack Preserve, May 2000.

Bristol, Maine, June 1998.

Blackpoll Warbler
Dendroica striata

Long Island, May 1997.

Black-throated Green Warbler
Dendroica virens

Long Island, May 1996.

Black-throated Blue Warbler
Dendroica caerulescens

Blue Mountain Lake, May 1996.

Blackburnian Warbler
Dendroica fusca

Long Island, May 1998.

Yellow-rumped ("Myrtle") Warbler
Dendroica coronata

Blue Mountain Lake, May 1996.

Prairie Warbler
Dendroica discolor

Long Island, May 2000.

Ovenbird
Seiurus aurocapillus

Blue Mountain Lake, May 1996.
Note
Mohonk Preserve, May 2000.
      "THERE is a singer everyone has heard,
      Loud, a mid-summer and a mid-wood bird,
      Who makes the solid tree trunks sound again."
      Robert Frost, The Oven Bird (1920).

Northern Waterthrush
Seiurus noveboracensis
 
Duelling Waterthrushes
Ithaca, May 1998.

Common Yellowthroat
Geothlypsis trichas

Long Island, May 1996.

Canada Warbler
Wilsonia canadensis
 

Long Island, May 1999.

American Redstart
Setophaga ruticilla

Long Island, May 1997.

Mystery Warbler

Blue Mountain Lake, May 1996.
Identified as Prothonotary Warbler by aboheron@sccoast.net. Thanks!
Identified as Redstart by Brian Collins, May 2002


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Tony Phillips
Math Dept SUNY Stony Brook
tony@math.sunysb.edu
May 13 2000