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Wilson's Warbler

Scientific Name: 
Wilsonia pusilla

The Wilson's Warbler is usually seen at the Garden only during migration (April-May), but it can sometimes make a surprise appearance at any time. It's very small, with a long tail, which it often raises and flips about. The black cap on the adult male is distinctive, whiile both male and female have bright yellow undersides and plain yellow-olive upperparts.It's usually found in trees such as willows near water.

Garden Location: 
In the willows along Creek Lane
Viewing Months: 
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
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Aug
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Nov
Dec
Audio: 
http://mlaudio.ornith.cornell.edu/2/22826.mp3
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