GJ birders excited to catch glimpse of Worm-eating Warbler around Thanksgiving

A Worm-eating Warbler perches on the seed pod of a honeylocust in a yard on Redlands Drive. The 13-gram bird, only the fourth recorded sighting in Colorado, normally migrates to southern Mexico and Central America but may have been blown into western Colorado by November storms sweeping the eastern half of the nation.



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A Worm-eating Warbler perches on the seed pod of a honeylocust in a yard on Redlands Drive. The 13-gram bird, only the fourth recorded sighting in Colorado, normally migrates to southern Mexico and Central America but may have been blown into western Colorado by November storms sweeping the eastern half of the nation.

A bird the size of a child’s fist, with a funny name and a bold-striped head, has been creating waves in the Colorado birding world. A Worm-eating Warbler, normally a resident of the…




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