Cape May warbler


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Synonyms for Cape May warbler

North American wood warbler

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The Cape May Warbler's migration route takes them over several very populated areas of the U.S., where they may be more affected by light pollution than other species.
Numbers have declined 70 percent in the case of the Tennessee warbler, 50 percent for the Cape May warbler and 30 percent for the Baltimore oriole, for example.
From my Coles County 1965-1987 records in their table 4, each species is listed below by increasing variability with its sample years--mean arrival dates--standard errors--range of arrival days: Chimney Swift - 22 - 4/15 - 0.57 - 10; Rose-breasted Grosbeak - 22 - 4/28 - 0.67 - 13; Magnolia Warbler - 22 - 5/07 - 0.73 - 15; Least Flycatcher - 20 - 5/02 - 0.75 - 12; Cape May Warbler - 19 - 5/05 - 0.78 - 12; Eastern Wood-Pewee - 21 - 5/04 - 0.79 - 17; Baltimore Oriole - 22 - 4/26 - 0.81 - 14; Common Yellowthroat - 22 - 4/23 - 0.83 - 14; Great Crested Flycatcher - 22 - 4/29 - 0.89 - 17; Gray Catbird - 22 - 4/26 - 0.95 - 17.
The Cape May warbler begins its northward journey from the Dominican Republic.
Among the species threatened by full-sun coffee are the Baltimore Oriole (which suffered a 30 percent drop between 1980 and 1994, according to published reports); the Tennessee Warbler (a 70 percent drop); and the Cape May Warbler (50 percent).
Forest-interior species included ovenbird (Seirus aurocapillus), bay-breasted warbler (Dendroica castanea), black-throated green warbler (Dendroica virens), Cape May warbler (Dendroica tigrina), blackburnian warbler (D.