Warblers at Wehr Nature Center in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on May 10, 2022

A stop at Wehr Nature Center and a brief stop at the Fox River in Waukesha produced some great warbler action today. Some of the species seen were Yellow, Magnolia, Blackburnian, Black-throated Green, Bay Breasted, Blackpoll, Golden-winged, Common Yellowthroat, Orange-crowned, Northern Parula, Mourning, Canada, and Wilson’s along with Yellow throated and Philadelphia Vireos. Some species I would expect to see I did not. It was a warm day with some breeze at times with full sun. Images were taken on May 10, 2022.

Singing Magnolia Warbler, male

Blackburnian Warbler, male

Bay-breasted Warbler, male

Canada Warbler, male

Blackburnain Warbler, male

Mourning Warbler, male

Prothonotary Warbler, male

Blackpoll Warbler, male

American Redstart, male

Magnolia Warbler, male

Wilson’s Warbler, male

Common Yellowthroat, male

Blackburnian Warbler, male

Blackpoll Warbler, male

Philadelphia Vireo

Black and white Warbler, male

Chestnut-sided Warbler, male

Chestnut-sided Warbler, male

Magnolia Warbler, male

Blackpoll Warbler, male

Chestnut-sided Warbler, male

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Window to Wildlife features the photography of Jim Edlhuber. A lifelong native of Wisconsin, Jim has been photographing wildlife for 20 years. He considers himself an avid photographer and is always trying to capture nature and wildlife through his lens. He is in several photography clubs and has won numerous awards for his work. In recent years, Jim has focused mostly on birding photography and finds it to be the most challenging.

5 Responses to Warblers at Wehr Nature Center in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on May 10, 2022

  1. Kym George says:

    Wow!!! You nailed them all too!! Fantastic shots!!! There are a couple I have never seen! Where did you go in the park? I cant walk to much because of my knees so its better if I know right where to go. I heard they wont let us go to the area we all use to go back off that path by the road. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Again great great job!

  2. Dennis Kuecherer says:


  3. Jane Becker says:

    Great pictures Jim as usual!!

  4. Elaine Swanson says:

    Heavenly days, Jim – I don’t know if you brought the warblers to us or us to the warblers – either way, their exquisite beauty and facial expressions touch the pulse of our humanity. There is sheer joy in being alive!

  5. Camilla J Sciore says:

    I discovered your site when I did a Google search for Red-headed Woodpecker, and since then have been gradually going through all your years of photographs. Your photography is stunning! … Since I am in Arizona, it boggles me that you can see something like 16 different species of warblers in one place on one day. There are a few warblers we see here in the desert, and a few more if we venture up into our mountains, but nothing like this! Looking at your photographs is like taking a birding vacation way up north – thank you!

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