|Male Yellow Warbler, singing beside Wascana Lake,|
in the Habitat Conservation Area. © SB
I'm getting to know the Yellow Warblers' sweet, chipping calls after hearing them in other parts of Wascana Park — and I love seeing their flashes of gold in the trees. (We even had one late evening in our backyard a couple of weeks ago.) And in the marsh, I was lucky to be able to watch a female Yellow Warbler build her nest!
Volunteers were banding birds, so it was very cool to later see a Yellow Warbler with a band on his leg. (You can see the band on the bird's right leg, close to the foot, visible just behind the branch...)
|A banded male Yellow Warbler, in Wascana Park, Regina, SK ©SB|
Location: Wascana Habitat Conservation Area, Wascana Marsh/Park/Bird Sanctuary, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Photo date: May 28, 2016