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juniorbirdman
Thursday 15th April 2004, 02:25
Are here in St. Louis, MO.

More should be coming this week, as well as the other warblers.

Does anybody know how to include a picture next to my name like everybody else does?

Thanks-

Cheers,

Chris

Jane Turner
Thursday 15th April 2004, 09:45
put your cursor over the forums in white on the red bar at the top of the page. Select User Options from the drop down menu.... then avatar from the list of headings that appear 1/3 of the way down that page. You need to havean 80x80 pixell picture to upload

juniorbirdman
Thursday 15th April 2004, 13:16
Thank you,

I figured it out and got it to work. I appreciate your help very much.

Cheers,

Chris

lassa8
Thursday 15th April 2004, 14:53
I wish I was back in St. Louis instead of up here in Kirksville! Hopefully we'll start seeing those warblers here soon...Do they make it here? This is the first spring I've really been paying attention to birds...

Michael Frankis
Thursday 15th April 2004, 15:01
Hi Lassa,

Yes, you will do - they breed in Canada and pass through the whole of the US on migration. I'd guess if they're already in St Louis, you should be getting them fairly soon. It can't be more than a day or two's flying distance.

Michael

Michael Frankis
Thursday 15th April 2004, 15:03
I figured it out and got it to work.
Hi Chris,

Nice pic too! Eastern Screech Owl?

Michael

juniorbirdman
Thursday 15th April 2004, 19:43
I don't have a digital camera yet-

But, yes, it's a Great Horned

prairiemerlin
Saturday 17th April 2004, 14:55
Yesterday I spotted two beautiful adult male Yellow-Rumped Warblers in my backyard. They were both singing.

columbidae
Tuesday 27th April 2004, 15:09
We have the yellow-rumped warblers here all winter. In local parks, they can be the most numerous species during the fall through early spring. As much as I love them, it can be frustrating when it seems like, every time I bring the binoculars up to my eyes, I see one of those little butter-butts.

dacol
Tuesday 27th April 2004, 18:46
We have the yellow-rumped warblers here all winter. In local parks, they can be the most numerous species during the fall through early spring. As much as I love them, it can be frustrating when it seems like, every time I bring the binoculars up to my eyes, I see one of those little butter-butts.

Here in Montgomery County, MD(USA), they are present in small numbers throughout the winter in woodland areas. But in migration they are abundant.

Today I went for a short birding walk before work and the woodlands along the Potomac River were thick with migrating butter-butts. It seemed that you could point your binoculars in almost any direction and you were bound to see at least one of them.

Dalcio