Seen by Audubon biologists Mark LaBarr and Margaret Fowle (pos. photo credit?) on property of M . Berlin on north Greenbush Road, Charlotte. Open meadow amongst dogwood
Fledgling. Parents nearby (both male and female BWWA)
Yellow chest, belly, white on undertail, black eyeline, two whitish wingbars on bluish wings.
Buzz - beee 😊
The blue-winged warbler (Vermivora cyanoptera) is a fairly common New World warbler, 11.5 cm (4.5 in) long and weighing 8.5 g (0.30 oz). It breeds in eastern North America in southern Ontario and the eastern United States. Its range is extending northwards, where it is replacing the very closely related golden-winged warbler, Vermivora chrysoptera.