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What do Tennesee Warblers Do in Costa Rica?

4 monthes ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

Tennessee Warblers? Costa Rica? Oh yes. If you are headed to Costa Rica for birding from now until March, you will probably see more than a few of these small, plainish, Palearctic Warblerish birdies. They won't be singing that stacatto May song but you will be hearing them “chip”. Speaking of single noted vocalizations, most of the warbler chips you hear will probably be wintering birds like Tennesee, Yellow, and Chestnut-sided Warblers , especially if you go birding on the Pacific slope. Although the small but mighty Tennessee also occurs on the Caribbean, it's a lot more common in the...
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