Plumage Scxcs d¡ffcr

Migration Migram

Species Deuilroica magnolia


Magnolia Warbler

A common bird of moist, coniferous forest, the Magnolia Warbler is recognized by its musical "weety-weety-weeteo" song. It feeds in the tree tops, gleaning insects from the leaves. In winter, the male loses its bold head pattern.

• NliST A loose, cup-shaped nest of grasses and twigs, placed on a branch in a small tree.

• Distribution

Breeds in Canada and N.I USA. Winters in Central America as far as Panama. FEMALE

white feather white eyebrow • edges white feather white eyebrow • edges

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