Tuesday

Black and White Warbler

To pay attention, this is our endless and proper work.
~ Mary Oliver

My one and only sighting
This was taken at Bisset Park in Radford, Virginia - a GREAT place for birds! I had not identified him at that time - but I do believe he is a Black and White Warbler.
More Info on the Black and White Warbler is found - HERE 

Linking with Wild Bird Wednesday

20 comments:

Pam ;) said...

A beautiful Black and White Warbler nicely captured Kerri.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

It is a Black and White Warbler. These guys always seem to be on the move and hard to capture. You did a great job with this one.

Cindy said...

Oh how beautiful!! I've never seen one before. Very nice. My bird app says winter (non-breeding) for Florida.

Carletta said...

He's lovely against those green leaves - a wonderful capture Kerri!

Karen said...

He's sweet, great shot!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a sweetheart! From your comments, looks slike you were just right on your ID!

TexWisGirl said...

such cool markings!

Happyone said...

That is really cool. I've never seen one before!

EG CameraGirl said...

OH WOW! I dream of finding a black and white warbler!

i stora drag said...

What a nice little fellow, which I never seen! Like the green surroundings!
Greetings Pia

mick said...

Great photo of a beautiful bird.

DeniseinVA said...

Such a pretty bird and a great shot!

Gary said...

Nice capture!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

HansHB said...

Great shots, well done!

eileeninmd said...

Pretty shot of the B&W Warbler! I am looking forward to seeing some this spring!

Michelle said...

A great capture of this fellow! A beauty!

Stewart M said...

Great looking bird - and if its not a black and white warbler it ought to be!!

Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW.

Stewart M - Melbourne

Kateri said...

I;ve never seen a bird quite like this one. Very unusual!

Wally Jones said...

Very nice image of the Black and White Warbler.
I can always tell when they're moving through our area on migration by their very high-pitched song.

Phyllis Oller said...

Beautiful little bird,I`ve never seen one,thanks for sharing!phyllis

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