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Old 03-22-2012, 09:17 AM   #1
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finch Spring Warbler Identification

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology
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Watch our new video, "Birding Warblers"

Spring is here! As the days lengthen, millions of warblers, each weighing less than half an ounce, are traveling northward. The anticipation builds as bird watchers check the forecasts and wonder what new species they'll see each day. To help celebrate the imminent arrival of spring migrants, Jessie Barry and Chris Wood from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology share their warbler-watching tips with you in a new video, "Birding Warblers."
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To hear the songs of nearly 50 North American warblers, visit our wood-warbler page on All About Birds.
Cornell Lab eNews: Spring Warbler Identification
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