Seen those colorful songbirds showing up at your bird feeder lately? I have. I truly love spring in Nebraska for many reasons and one of them is the influx of songbirds that arrive in May from tropical climates. Here are a few that I have seen. Can you identify them?
The bird in the top pic is a northern oriole. The bird in the middle pic is a western tanager. And, the bird in the pic above is a yellow-throated warbler. How’d you do?
Go to this link for some excellent information about birds that visit this area – the larger metropolitan areas of Omaha and Lincoln - during May: http://www.nebraskametrobirding.com/may.php
See what colorful feathered, winged creatures are visiting your bird feeder or your yard like the rose-breasted grosbeak below. Enjoy!