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Cape May Warbler is a Bad Name and Should be Replaced

2 years ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

The Cape May Warbler is a boldly patterned, voracious predator. Primarily yellow below, with black racing stripes, it prowls through the canopy laying waste to caterpillars. A thrill to see, especially to see well, the Cape May Warbler is most commonly spotted as a passage migrant or as a winter resident, considering that its breeding area is the spruce-fir forests of Canada and some of the northernmost parts of the United States. There are many more people to see Cape May Warblers on migration through the eastern half of the United States or in winter in the Caribbean. One place that is...
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