Cape May warbler

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Synonyms for Cape May warbler

North American wood warbler

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Migrants, such as Black-and-white Warbler, Northern Parula, Cape May Warbler, Black-throated Blue Warbler, and American Redstart (scientific names of all birds are in Table 1), accounted for most of wintering bird visits to fruiting Cecropia trees in Puerto Rico to consume fruit or insects (Leck 1972).
The only other migrant observed on these two trails was the rare Cape May Warbler.
Prairie Warbler and Cape May Warbler were affiliated with dry ridge trails in scrubby forest.
The Cape May Warbler was regarded as a fairly common winter resident in the Virgin Islands in the late 1970s (Norton 1979), but now is rare (Boal et al.
The literature is limited to descriptive examples of communal roosting of Northern Parula (Parula americana) (Staicer 1992), Cape May Warbler (Dendroica tigrina) (Staicer 1992, Baltz and Latta 1998), Prairie Warbler (D.
At least some individuals of Cape May Warbler, Prairie Warbler, and Northern Parula roosted communally, and most individuals of these species generally maintain solitary home ranges (Staicer 1992).
Social behavior of the Northern Parula, Cape May Warbler, and Prairie Warbler wintering in second-growth forest in southwestern Puerto Rico.
In both infested and uninfested sites, Black-capped and Boreal chickadees, Yellow-rumped Warbler, Red-breasted Nuthatch, and Yellow Warbler consistently showed high tendencies to flock, whereas Red-eyed Vireo, White-throated Sparrow, Ovenbird, Cape May Warbler, and Black-throated Green Warbler consistently showed negative tendencies to flock, based on their abundance.
greater community evenness) than those outside of infested areas, likely because flocks in the infested stands were dominated by budworm specialists, such as Cape May Warbler, Tennessee Warbler, and Bay-breasted Warbler.
Their populations swell during the boreal breeding season, and as many as 3 billion to 5 billion birds of remarkable diversity-from ring-necked ducks to whooping cranes to Cape May warblers to golden eagles-can make the return trip south in the fall.
Similarly, Cape May Warblers in Cuba gave flight calls more than any other local species observed and nearly as often as the Nashville Warbler (Table 2, A.
We observed additional events of mixed-species warbler flocks foraging late at night under the artificial lights at this location during 29 August and 15-16 September 2006 including light-aided nocturnal foraging among Yellow (Dendroica petechia), Magnolia, Blackpoll, and Cape May warblers (D.