Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Nashville Warbler

I banded this adult Nashville Warbler last spring. The rufous crown patch is hard to see in the field, making it easy to confuse this warbler with other species. Nashville Warblers are common breeders across much of North America. These birds prefer second-growth habitats, such as occur after farms are abandoned or forests are clearcut.

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