|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|5.25" 13.3cm||8.25" 21cm||0.4oz 11.3g||Parulidae||Mniotilta varia|
The Black-and-white Warbler is found throughout Newfoundland, west through the lower 2/3rd of the Canadian Provinces, from Quebec into Alberta, north into the Northwest Territories, touching into the Yukon, south all the way to eastern Texas, east to the Atlantic Ocean, north through all the states and all of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. These warblers migrate into the tropics during the winter months. It has been a migrant in Cuba.