Yellow warbler

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Jul 20, 2006
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The early bird may get the worm, but it's the early birder that gets to see the most warblers.

Mid-May is prime time to catch glimpses of some of as many as 24 species of warblers that annually migrate through central Kansas.

From first light through an hour or two after sunrise is the best time to see warblers.

Amid the migrations should be good numbers of yellow warblers. The stocky, 5-inch birds are largely their namesake bright yellow with reddish streaks running from throat to belly.

Warblers are insect eaters and most this time of year are found in thick cover.

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