Every fall and spring for the last several years I have been putting together a collection of wood-warblers spotted on migration. Why stop now?

All of these birds were photographed in the last couple of months in New York and New Jersey as they made their way south on their amazing migration. I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I enjoyed photographing them!

Prairie Warbler Setophaga discolor in Kissena Corridor Park, Queens, New York (click to embiggen)

Pine Warbler Setophaga pinus at Fort Tilden, Queens, New York (click to embiggen)

American Redstart Setophaga ruticilla in Kissena Park, Queens, New York

Palm Warbler Setophaga palmarum in Marine Nature Study Area, Oceanside, New York (click to embiggen)

Bay-breasted Warbler Setophaga castanea in Kissena Corridor Park, Queens, New York

Magnolia Warbler Setophaga magnolia in Van Saun Park, Paramus, New Jersey

Ovenbird Seiurus aurocapilla in Bryant Park, Manhattan, New York

Blackpoll Warbler Setophaga striata at Richard A Rutkowski Park, Bayonne, New Jersey

Chestnut-sided Warbler Setophaga pensylvanica in Forest Park, Queens, New York

Northern Parula Setophaga americana at Fort Tilden, Queens, New York

Nashville Warbler Oreothlypis ruficapilla at Kissena Corridor Park, Queens, New York

Common Yellowthroat Geothlypis trichas in Van Saun Park, Paramus, New Jersey

Yellow-rumped Warbler Setophaga coronata at Fort Tilden, Queens, New York

Magnolia Warbler Setophaga magnolia in Van Saun Park, Paramus, New Jersey

Black-throated Green Warbler Setophaga virens at Van Saun Park, Paramus, New Jersey

Palm Warbler Setophaga palmarum in Marine Nature Study Area, Oceanside, New York

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Written by Corey
Corey is a New Yorker who lived most of his life in upstate New York but has lived in Queens since 2008. He's only been birding since 2005 but has garnered a respectable life list by birding whenever he wasn't working as a union representative or spending time with his family. He lives in Forest Hills with Daisy, their son, Desmond Shearwater, and their indoor cat, B.B. His bird photographs have appeared on the Today Show, in Birding, Living Bird Magazine, Bird Watcher's Digest, and many other fine publications. He is also the author of the American Birding Association Field Guide to the Birds of New York.