Warbler time is winding down. The Yellow Warblers replaced the Yellow-rumped Warbler as the most frequently sited warbler in the neighborhood. They are beautiful warblers with red stripes on its breast that nest in Southern Minnesota. We also saw a few Wilson Warblers, Chestnut-sided and Blackpolls. A slow spring was good for the birders. Warblers are insect eaters hence their movement in the trees as the insect pollinate the catkins. Then the Female Redstarts were the predominate bird. Today we had a flock of Cedar Waxwings.