|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Distinctive in both plumage and behavior, the Black-and-white Warbler forages for insects while creeping along the trunks and branches of trees. Common in summer throughout the eastern United States and Canada, it has an unusually extensive winter range that extends from Florida to Venezuela and Colombia. |
•Black-and-white striped plumage.
Strongly contrasting black-and-white stripes on head and upperparts. Two white wingbars. White eyestripe. Eyering white. Lores and ear patch black. Throat black. Underparts white with bold black streaks.
•The Black-and-white Warbler has an unusually long hind toe and claw on each foot. This adaptation allows it to move securely on the surface of tree bark.
•Unusually aggressive for a warbler, the Black-and-white Warbler sometimes attacks and fights Red-breasted Nuthatch, Black-capped Chickadee, Tennessee Warbler, and other species.
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good shot of a very nice little black-and-white bird singing. Good work.
- [2012-05-14 6:00]
Another lovely Warbler, beautiful and in b&w, good composition. tfs.
Fantastic capture of this wonderful bird.Impressive sharpness and great enhancement of the eye.The centered composition is not very attractive but is a great pic.I did a workshop,hope You don't mind,only showing the of center option.