Warbler Guy, which web site is good for seeing warbler photos and learning warbler songs? Which web site will help me improve my birding by ear for warblers? Will my song identification of warblers get better with your recommendations?

Sally (in Tucson)….

It’s amazing how fantastic the web site AllAboutBirds.org is the answer to all your (excellent) questions.

Simply type in the name of the warbler you think is the one you detected.

Result, you’ll see photos of it and corresponding vocalizations (both songs and calls).

Even if your ID is wrong, the “look-alike,” similar appearing warbler species will be shown at every choice you make when trying to ID a warbler that causes both enjoyment and puzzlement, in terms of knowing its common name identity.

Does this answer your questions, Sally?

Please feel free to visit my web site — WarblerWatch.com — where other information about N. American warblers and the myriad other USA birds are highlighted.

Regards, Daniel Edelstein

WarblerWatch.com (features wood-warbler info. & other birding information for N. CA & the USA)

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1) Consulting Biologist (and Certified Wildlife Biologist Asc.) — Conducting wildlife and plant surveys for common and special-status species, with federal permits for Ridgway's Rail (formerly CA Clapper Rail), California Tiger Salamander, and California Red-legged Frog, in addition to California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) general scientific permit, and CDFW general plant permit. Secure permits for clients who must comply with local, state, and federal regulatory measures. Since 1998, author of more than 100 Initial Studies, Biological Assessments, EIR "Biological Resource" chapters, habitat alteration plans, and planting plans. 2) Adjunct faculty at Merritt College, teaching all its bird classes to adults (see warblerwatch.com and its "College Classes & Slide Shows" area to note some of my birding class theme options). 3) Birding Guide — Birding Guide in Marin County, Birding Guide in Sonoma County, San Francisco birding guide, and California birding guide. (See warblerwatch.com and click on "Birding Tours" tab.)