Palm Warbler

Dendroica palmarum
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Description: Chestnut cap. Upperparts yellowish brown to grayish, with dull streaks. Undersides yellow to dull whitish, yellow undertail coverts.

Song: A musical, buzzy trill, "zwee zwee zwee zwee."

Produced by: Library of Natural Sounds at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology.

Distribution: Breeds from southeast Yukon through portions of Canadian Prairie Provinces east to Newfoundland, south to Maritime Provinces, north-central Maine, and into northern Minnesota. Scattered in northern Wisconsin. Nests in brush at spruce bog edges.

Winters mostly in the southern U.S. and Caribbean.

Majority migrate along the western Appalachian Mountains through Mississippi and Ohio valley. Arrive in the Northeast by early April, peaking the latter half of the month.

Status: Appears to be stable. Breeding Bird Survey

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