April 16, 2012

Spring Bird Song Crash Course Day thirteen – Pine Warbler


The thrill of finding warblers returns to New England with this plane, conifer loving, aptly named bird. Similar to the Chipping sparrow the pine warbler gives a trill but most often in shorter, slower, less emphatic bursts than the chipping Sparrow. Listen too for a trailing away at the end of the Pine Warbler’s song. 

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