Fresh from the Gulf


  Worm Eating Warbler                      

    Every spring  thousands of neo-tropical migrants make a perilous journey across the Gulf of Mexico to reach their summer breeding areas. After a long flight they ascend to the  southern coast and at times arrive by the hundreds. Tired from a long flight they seek refuge for food and fresh water in places like Peveto Woods located at Johnson Bayou, Louisiana.  On any given day from late March through early May one can expect to find several species of warblers, tanagers, buntings and an assortment of other birds. Weather dependent some days are better than others.   Click here  to see more images of warblers and purchase options.