Monday, September 10, 2007

Ravens Help Find Lost Woman in Oregon

You may have heard about this one already, sorry if I'm a bit behind. Check out the story here.

2 comments:

Jochen said...

Hi Patrick,
I have spent some more time with your "ratty warbler" and it seems there are two options:
a) Cape May Warbler molting from juv. to first fall plumage
b) Pine Warbler molting from juv. to first fall plumage.

What might be an argument for Pine and against Cape May is that the fresh yellow parts of the bird's breast are not streaked,which they should be in Cape May.
But still, an intriguing bird.

Patrick Belardo said...

Jochen,

Thanks for putting forth the effort. I hadn't considered Pine Warbler. I wish I had some better shots of it. Thanks!