Spring is the best season for bird watching—but you won’t easily spot every bird on your list, especially the warbler. “Finding those jewels of migration, such as Blackburnian warblers, Cape May warblers, and Townsend’s warblers, usually requires getting out and birding in the field,” reveals an article from All About Birds.org. Brought to you by The Cornell Lab of Ornithology. All About Birds.org offers five tips for finding these beautiful birds. The right habitat and weather conditions can make the difference between hours spent watching warblers and going all season without catching a glimpse. FULL STORY