Monday, June 25, 2012

Tuesday Tweets

Chestnut-sided Warbler
The chest-net sided warbler is a wood warbler that is found in the eastern portions of North America. They nest primarily in eastern Canada. There are also nesting populations in the North East United States, the Appalachian Mountains, and the northern Great Lakes, which includes northern Minnesota. They usually nest in deciduous forest, forming a cup nest in low tree or shrub. The chest-nut sided warbler winters in Central America where it is usually found in flocks of mixed warblers in tropical forests.

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4 comments:

Robert Mortensen said...

That's a fine looking warbler.

KaHolly said...

Pleased, pleased, pleased to meetcha'!! You're a beautiful bird and so thoughtful to pose so nicely.

Island Rambles Blog said...

such a pretty bird with many colors..cheers.

Adam Jones said...

That is one cracking bird. Stunning colours