provides some of the best books available for those who have an interest in birds. You may be And buying products like shade-grown coffee can help keep their tropical winter habitat in good shape.Because we want to make sure that warbler with the sexy sideburns keeps on singing. eBird - TheCornellLab of Ornithology eBird is a must for any individual, who has This site allows users to sign up and participate in recording birds seen on a daily basis as well as the location, for any bird species seen in the Knowledge on the possibilities of where and what birds might be present are included. ornithological collections. Photos can be added to identify individual birds. Hinterland Who's Who [Kentucky Warbler call,…, 0.15-.18]But these charismatic little birds can use our help. world. They winter in Central America, where they have adapted their hunting technique to follow swarms of army ants and snatch the insects the ants flush from cover. I hope you will take advantage of these suggested websites. The Warbler includes seasonal reports of bird sightings in Kentucky, reports of original research on … Food - Insects, such as moths, bugs, ants, grasshoppers, beetles, caterpillars, aphids, grubs; spiders; occasionally berries, Nest - Made of leaves, lined with grasses and weed stems; built under a log or in a bush and near the ground; nest built by both male and female, Breeding - April – May; males and females chase each other for short distances while both chirp; female may respond with a short song; male defends breeding territory singing as often as every 12 seconds; male guards female, keeping her in view during breeding and nesting season; male feeds female while she sits on nest; males may use same breeding site year after year, Eggs - 3 – 6 per nest; white with brown spots toward larger end of egg; female sits on eggs (incubates); hatch in 12 – 13 days, Habitat - Deciduous forests, mixed, moist woodlands with dense ground vegetation, Seasonal Changes - Neotropical migratory songbird; arrives in Kentucky middle of April; winters south of the United States border, from Mexico to Venezuela, Status - Not listed by U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Voice - Song usually two syllables “churree, churree, churree”; call a low “chuck”, Young - Born without feathers and helpless (altricial); female and male feed young; leave nest in 9 – 10 days. That aside, their website provides wonderful Kentucky Warblers nest in forested regions in much of the East, preferring woodlands with a dense understory, often near streams or other wetlands. same sites are a great asset to seeking out knowledge on birds in other regions of the world. innovators, and students. Most times this bird is heard but not seen. ABC - American Bird Conservancy This is an organization started in Europe and is now In the breeding season, more often heard than seen. It was initially formed for the preservation of egrets and herons as well as waders, who were being hunted and killed, so their feathers could be used in the This is the list used by all serious birders over their lifetime. [Kentucky Warbler song,…, 1.10-1.12 or 1.19-1.21 or 1.55-1.56]For BirdNote, I’m Michael Stein.Today’s show brought to you by the Bobolink Foundation. world's oldest and largest ornithological societies, AOS produces scientific publications of the highest quality, hosts intellectually engaging and professionally Conservation Biology 4:193-196. It bases its goal on four approaches, Halt extinctions, Protect habitat, Eliminate threats and to Build capacity. One of their information pertaining to many articles regarding nature. Host Diagnosis and Control Copyright © and Trademark protected, Ecological Role - The Kentucky warbler is primarily a ground-feeding insectivore, feeding mainly on insects. Telltale black mask set off by yellow spectacles and throat. While migrating, they are easy prey for domestic cats, so keeping cats indoors can save many warblers. It was with this list that all the competing birders used in an attempt to set a new record as to how many bird species This book covers all the native and vagrant species of birds seen on the North American Continent. Today, It provides information on all the birds Each of these links offer the user different methods to identify birds, ###Producer: John KesslerExecutive Producer: Sallie BodieEditor: Ashley AhearnProducer: Mark BramhillAssociate Producer: Ellen BlackstoneBird sounds provided by The Macaulay Library of Natural Sounds at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, New York. Avibase - the world bird database This site provides the user 2007 THE KENTUCKY WARBLER 91 BEWICK’S WRENS IN KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE: DISTRIBUTION, BREEDING SUCCESS, HABITAT USE, AND INTERACTIONS … their website has made information available on articles, images and sounds, relating to all the native birds seen in North America. Feral cats, raccoons, skunks and possums prey upon young warblers and the eggs. They were the driving force in promoting the original international laws, protecting migratory birds. Fun Facts - The Kentucky warbler is named for the state where it was discovered. All Rights Reserved 2007-2020. been bringing Canada’s iconic wildlife directly into Canadians’ homes. Philanthropy & Alumni I have used each of them, in one way or another, throughout the years in my quest to better identify Here, bird species names are ABA - American Birding Association This site represents an organization that maintains Today, there are many chapters of the NAS all over the continent and all individual groups have a common goal, to educate the public. The description to follow is taken from the AOS Home Page. that could be seen by an individual birder in one calendar year. Life, Habitat & Pictures of the Kentucky Warbler B L W W W Family Latin Name 5.25" 13.3cm 8.5" 21.6cm 0.5oz 14.2g Parulidae Geothlypis formosa Summer Year Around Winter The Kentucky Warbler … an interest in birds. Bright yellow below with olive back. easy bird to observe as it spends its day feeding on the forest floor in the undergrowths. The book called "The Complete Birds of North America", is a book recommended with wildlife through the original series. AOS - The American Ornitholgy Society is an international society devoted to advancing can be determined. the scientific understanding of birds, enriching ornithology as a profession, and promoting a rigorous scientific basis for the conservation of birds. Description - Olive green head, back, and wings; bright yellow belly, chest, and chin; bold yellow spectacles with dark crown, undereyes, and sides of neck, forming a dark mask; black bill; short tail; long legs; female similar in coloration but mask not as dark.