Golden-cheeked Warbler Nest

Friday, March 16, 2012 8:03 AM | Anonymous member

Field biologists surveying golden-cheeked warblers on the refuge discovered one with a nest yesterday. This may be the earliest documented nesting of golden-cheeked warblers ever! When I got out on Wednesday I found the males were very vocal, picking them up at several locations both in the morning and late afternoon. For those lacking a bird guide with audio, you can listen to recordings of golden-cheeked warbler songs at http://macaulaylibrary.org/search?location_id=&location_type_id=&location=&recordist=&recordist_id=&catalogs=&behavior=&behavior_id=&tab=audio-list&taxon_id=12000468&taxon_rank_id=67&taxon=golden+cheeked+warbler.

 

 

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