Wilson's warbler

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Synonyms for Wilson's warbler

yellow wood warbler with a black crown

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The most abundant wintering Neartic species was the Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia pusilla), which was recorded from beginning of September until mid-May.
No sooner has it found a perch back in the Inga, than it takes off in pursuit of a Wilson's warbler, forcing it, too, into the coffee bushes below.
Five species accounted for 59% of all Neotropical migrants captured (green-tailed towhee, Brewer's sparrow, Wilson's warbler, Virginia's warbler, and ruby-crowned kinglet).
More than 500 insects live and feed on oaks, providing food for Wilson's warblers, American redstarts, common yellowthroats and other insect-eating migrants rely on oaks' "fast food" stops along the way.
(2008) found that stopover location use by Wilson's warblers (Wilsonia pusilla) was heavily influenced by plant flowering phenology.
After discovering the other Wilson's warblers have left without him, Sammy must make his first migratory journey from near the Arctic Circle to Panama alone.
Importantly, however, analysis of plasma metabolites in Wilson's warblers (Cardellina pusilla) in their study revealed that tamarisk may offer better refueling sites because of reduced competition.