Friday, December 29, 2017

Northern Parula (Setophaga americana) - 23Mar2016 and 23Oct2016

Some things I didn't know about these birds from the Cornell website: "A small warbler of the upper canopy, the Northern Parula can be found in two rather distinct populations. The southern population nests primarily in hanging Spanish moss, while the northern population uses the similar-looking old man's beard lichen."

No wonder they love the Spanish Moss in my yard.

Here are some various pics from around Wilmington, NC.

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