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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Black-throated Green Warbler peak migration

Photo by Bill Majoros
An abundant breeder of the northeastern coniferous forests, the Black-throated Green Warbler is easy to recognize by sight and sound. Their peak migration through Michigan is the end of September and the beginning of October. Its dark black bib and bright yellow face are unique among Eastern birds, and its persistent song of "zoo-zee, zoo-zoo-zee" is easy to remember.
  
Related Articles:
Michigan warblers begin migrating http://goo.gl/37QhV
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Small Mysterious Black & White Bird Visits Mid-Michigan http://goo.gl/VOl3s
When is bird migration over? http://goo.gl/1Fiq6
Birds of Michigan Field Guide http://bit.ly/uMSTs6 

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