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Tennessee Warbler

Paruline obscure

Leiothlypis peregrina

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Life, Habitat & Pictures of the Tennessee Warbler

B L W W W Family Latin Name
4.75" 12.1cm 7.75" 19.7cm 0.35oz 9.9g Parulidae Leiothlypis peregrina

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  • Winter
Tennessee Warbler range

The Tennessee Warbler is a bluish-grey, white and green bird. This warbler's preferred habitat can be coniferous or coniferous/deciduous-type mixed forest. Its nesting range is farther north than most North American warblers. It mainly feeds in the trees, where it can be found searching about for insects, grubs and caterpillars. This warbler spends its winter months in the warmer tropical countries and it is seen as a migrant in Cuba.

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