Pine Warblers. Pine Warblers! I've gotten quite attached to these birds this winter. There are a few regular visitors to the suet feeders and this makes me happy. I've seen them chow on the seed a few times- apparently they are the only wood warblers that do that. The males started singing in January but I'm pretty sure they recently booked it north to their breeding grounds because I haven't seen or heard a whole lot of P-warblin' lately. That was dorky, wow. (Look how they match the lichen on the tree- that's adorable)Also. Just had some sandhill cranes fly over the house (yard bird 63, not that I'm counting). Leaving soon to go chase the golden-cheeked warblers and black-capped vireos. So happy it's the field season, so happy! You don't even understand!