What's Inside for 2011

Cover: Eastern Screech Owl

January: Merlin

February: Carolina Wrens

March: Little Blue Heron

April: Common Grackle

May: Piping Plover

June: Red-bellied Woodpecker

July: Cedar Waxwing

August: Pectoral Sandpiper & Semipalmated Sandpiper

September: Snowy Egret &
Double-crested Cormorant

October: Black-throated Blue Warbler

November: Bufflehead

December: Eastern Screech Owl

Back Cover: All


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Twelve 4"x6" glossy photographs of birds from the Northeast of North America

October 2011, Black-throated Blue Warbler

October 2011: Black-throated Blue Warbler (Dendroica caerulescens)

Fall warblers can be tricky to learn, but this late-migrating male Black-throated Blue Warbler is easy to identify with his slatey blue back and wings, black face and throat, contrasting with his white belly. His spring plumage is much the same but brighter.