Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Yellow Warbler

UPDATE, February, 2013: Oops, again! The very first post at Toronto Wildlife turns out to have been incorrect, which wasn't really a sign of bad luck for the blog. Still, a mistake. This is in truth a Ruby-Crowned Kinglet.

Many thanks to Bob Kortright for catching this. Bob is Past President of the Toronto Field Naturalists, and the grandson of Francis Kortright, the inspiration for the Kortright Centre. Original post appears below, unchanged.

Here's our inaugural image for this blog dedicated to wildlife in and around the Toronto area. This is a yellow warbler, a female I believe, a very tiny bird. This one thoughtfully landed in an area with a yellowish background to make the image more attractive.

Stayed tuned and we'll be adding more images day by day, and (some) information too.

And since we have to include this....

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