Where are the Warblers Now?

 

 

 

 

Where Are The Eastern Wood Warblers 2016?

Species Lower48 Rank Lower48 Miller Scale
Ovenbird 129 2.1
Worm-eating Warbler 348 2.9
Louisiana Waterthrush 280 2.6
Northern Waterthrush 232 2.5
Golden-winged Warbler 417 3.1
Blue-winged Warbler 269 2.6
Black-and-white Warbler 109 2.0
Prothonotary Warbler 284 2.6
Swainson’s Warbler 511 3.6
Tennessee Warbler 225 2.4
Orange-crowned Warbler 112 2.0
Nashville Warbler 173 2.3
Connecticut Warbler 537 3.7
Mourning Warbler 389 3.1
Kentucky Warbler 359 2.9
Common Yellowthroat 39 1.6
Hooded Warbler 241 2.5
American Redstart 98 2.0
Kirtland’s Warbler 623 4.3
Cape May Warbler 343 2.8
Cerulean Warbler 397 3.1
Northern Parula 122 2.1
Magnolia Warbler 162 2.2
Bay-breasted Warbler 354 2.9
Blackburnian Warbler 255 2.6
Yellow Warbler 57 1.8
Chestnut-sided Warbler 179 2.3
Blackpoll Warbler 230 2.5
Black-throated Blue Warbler 223 2.4
Palm Warbler 118 2.0
Pine Warbler 111 2.0
Yellow-rumped Warbler 27 1.4
Yellow-throated Warbler 240 2.5
Prairie Warbler 238 2.5
Black-throated Green Warbler 155 2.2
Canada Warbler 317 2.8
Wilson’s Warbler 153 2.2
Yellow-breasted Chat 229 2.5

 

2 thoughts on “Where are the Warblers Now?

  1. Pingback: Where Are The Warblers Now 2016 Edition | Greg Miller Birding

  2. A tongue-in-cheek question. So if the Miller Scale is connected to the Richter Scale, does the number indicate the level of activity precipitated in the birding community by the sighting of a particular bird? i.e. a Kirtland sighting really gets people moving, while a Mourning Dove does not. 🙂

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