Blue-winged Warbler - a bird which spends its winter in South America and breeds in Eastern regions of North America. I was able to get this shot when it landed in Texas gulf coast after its long flight across the gulf of Mexico. It was at its playful best in the gorgeous golden sunshine - absolutely made my day :)
The blackpoll breeds in forests of northern North America, from Alaska, through most of Canada, the Great Lakes region and New England. They are a common migrant through much of North America. Come fall, they fly South to the Greater Antilles and the Northeastern coasts of South America in a non-stop long-distance migration over open water, averaging 2500 km, one of the longest distance non-stop overwater flights ever recorded for a migratory songbird. Rare vagrants to western Europe, they are one of the more frequent transatlantic passerine wanderers.
Hooded Warbler - they breed in eastern North America and across the eastern United States and into southernmost Canada. It is migratory, wintering in Central America and the West Indies. I was able to capture this cutie during its migration through Texas! For a minute, I thought it's a tennis ball staring at me :D
The chestnut-sided warbler (Setophaga pensylvanica) breed in eastern North America and in southern Canada westwards to the Canadian Prairies. They also breed in the Great Lakes region and in the eastern United States.
I was able to capture this beauty at Texas Coast during his migratory journey from South America.
The Wilson's warbler (Cardellina pusilla) is a small New World warbler. The male has a black crown patch; depending on the subspecies, that mark is reduced or absent in the female. It breeds across Canada and south through the western United States, and winters from Mexico south through much of Central America. It is a very rare vagrant to western Europe.