Prothonotary Warbler, photo by Alex Lamoreaux

#BWIAB 2022 Warbler Quiz

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May 5, 2022 | by Alex Lamoreaux

Many guides from the Wildside crew are going to be at the Biggest Week in American Birding this year, and it’s no surprise that the biggest draw for everyone visiting northwest Ohio right now is the opportunity to see so many stunning warblers up-close and in their breeding plumage finery! Crushing, point-blank views of adult male Black-throated Blue Warbler, Blackpoll Warbler, and over 20 other warbler species are a regular sight and what makes this festival so awesome – but warblers, by their very nature, don’t always make it so easy on us…. so here are 5 warblers that can be see at the biggest week, but shown partially hidden or otherwise slightly more difficult to discern; often as they are in the field. See if you can ID them, and leave your guesses in the comments. I’ll post the answers and some ID tips in a few days! If you’re going to be at the BWIAB, look for us on the boardwalk and say hi!

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