To help celebrate the arrival of spring migrants, Jessie Barry and Chris Wood from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology share their warbler-watching tips:

| Find a greater diversity of warbler in layered forests
| Start at the forest edge and scan for motion
| Pish to attract birds, but not in the open
| Listen for individuals calling and watch for movement
| Focus on one bird at a time…get to know it
| Distinguish warblers by their small size and quick movement
| Discover different migrants during early and late spring

Join Chris and Jessie as they explore a woodlot in Rochester, New York, and see the treasure trove of migrants they encountered there including: Yellow Warbler, Black-and-White Warbler, Blackburnian Warbler, Magnolia Warbler, Chestnut-sided Warbler, and more.

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