John Parshley of Canton recently took this photo of a Pine Warbler in his yard. Jay Kaplan, director at Roaring Brook Nature Center, writes, “One of our earliest spring migrants, Pine Warblers arrive in our area by mid-March. They, as the name implies, can be found in stands of tall pines. Early in the season, they can be lured to feeding stations and will eat suet and hulled sunflower seed. Of course, so will bears, so use good sense when it comes to feeding now. Its song is a long trill similar to, but louder and slightly more musical than, that of a chipping sparrow.