My cousin, Fidget the Myrtle Warbler, is nesting not very far away, and another cousin Weechi the Magnolia Warbler is also quite near.
"The Burgess Bird Book for Children" by Thornton W. Burgess
A partial exception to the rule is found in the common Myrtle Warbler.
"The Bird Study Book" by Thomas Gilbert Pearson
Then, too, the myrtle warbler is only a migrant in Colorado, passing farther north to breed.
"Birds of the Rockies" by Leander Sylvester Keyser
Warm as it was, I was greatly surprised to find a flock of myrtle warblers in the woods so late in the season.
"Our Bird Comrades" by Leander S. (Leander Sylvester) Keyser
Not so was it with the myrtle warblers, I venture to assert, though on this point I have never taken my friend's testimony.
"The Foot-path Way" by Bradford Torrey
I am looking for myrtle warblers now.
"Old Plymouth Trails" by Winthrop Packard
Hybrids between this species and Myrtle Warbler common in west.
"Check-list of the Birds of Kansas" by Harrison B Tordoff
Harold S. Peters (1936) lists two lice, two flies, and two mites as external parasites on the myrtle warbler.
"Life Histories of North American Wood Warblers Part One and Part Two" by Arthur Bent