Pine Warbler

Dendroica pinus
Pine Warbler (25148 bytes)

Description: Dull to bright green above, dull to bright yellow on throat and breast. Variable streaking on sides of breast. Prominent wing bar.

Song: Rapid, musical trill, evenly pitched and paced.

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

Distribution: Breeds in northern Great Lakes region and northern New York to southern Ontario and southern Quebec, from central Maine through southeast New England, scattered through Pennsylvania east to Illinois. Also throughout Gulf states to southern Florida. Common in pine forests.

Winters where not a permanent resident in the Gulf states.

Migration patterns difficult to discern due to overwintering in northern portions of breeding range.

Status: Stable overall, with local declines where pine plantations have matured. Breeding Bird Survey

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