Date: 1/19/18 2:40 pm
From: Jennifer Kidney <jenlkidney...>
Subject: Re: pine warbler?
Orange-crowned Warblers are fairly common in the winter in our area. They're extremely plain.


Jennifer Kidney

Norman


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From: okbirds <OKBIRDS...> on behalf of Nick LoLordo <lord9691...>
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2018 3:25 PM
To: <OKBIRDS...>
Subject: Re: [OKBIRDS] pine warbler?

Interesting! Cornell does claim they eat sf seeds and calls them the only warbler that regularly eats seeds but I saw the bird again and am now thinking Orange-Crowned Warbler is more likely.

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> On Jan 19, 2018, at 3:00 PM, Jerry Davis <jwdavis...> wrote:
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> My apology for the typo, Pine warblers have been coming to my suet for 20 years with no observed interest in black oil sunflower seeds.
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> Jerry Wayne Davis
> Hot Springs, AR
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> -----Original Message----- From: Jerry Davis
> Sent: Friday, January 19, 2018 2:55 PM
> To: <OKBIRDS...>
> Subject: Re: [OKBIRDS] pine warbler?
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> Thank you.
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> I have had Pine Warblers coming to my Peanut Delight No Melt Suet for to
> years but they always avoid the 6 trays and feeders with sunflower seeds.
> The insight for the olive/yellow warbler seems more freezable if Cornell
> says they eat black oil sunflower seeds.
>
> Jerry Wayne Davis
> Hot Springs, ARS
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> It’s a olive/yellow warbler, seemingly not nearly streaky enough to be
>> any of the other warbler candidates (not that there are many in OK in
>> January, unless I’m wrong?)
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>> —& it perched and ate sunflower seeds from a feeder, which Cornell’s
>> site tells me is typically done by no other warblers...—
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>> No photo as of right now, but the bird is still around, so I’ll see what
>> I can do.
>>
>> Nick LoLordo

 
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