Many of the Warblers that pass through Saskatoon on their journey south have already gone, but if you look hard enough along the riverbank and some of the parks within town, you might locate a few stragglers.
Here are some found over the past week :
Orange-crowned Warbler - I found this one on the east side of the river yesterday morning :
Bay-breasted Warbler - This was found with some friends at President Murray Park :
Yellow-rumped (Myrtle)Warbler - These are one of the Warblers that are still hanging around. This was taken at Buena Vista Park this week :
Black & White Warbler - My friend and I found this female at President Murray Park :
Magnolia Warbler - Always a nice one to find, This male was at Buena Vista Park this week :
Yellow Warbler - I found this 1st year female eating flower seeds at Gabriel Dumont Park last Saturday on the day of the Fall bird count :