Length: 4-6 in Wingspan: 7-9 in Weight: 0.3-0.4 oz
Male with yellow front and olive back, both heavily streaked black. White undertail. Black cap and rufous cheeks.
Range map by All About Birds
The Cape May Warbler feeds on spruce budworms in its boreal breeding grounds, but switches to nectar during winter in the West Indies. To collect nectar, this bird has a semitubular tongue that is unique among warblers.
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