Baking: Cape May Warbler

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Setophaga tigrina

Length: 4-6 in Wingspan: 7-9 in Weight: 0.3-0.4 oz

Identification:

Male with yellow front and olive back, both heavily streaked black. White undertail. Black cap and rufous cheeks.

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Distribution:

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Range map by All About Birds

Cool Facts:

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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References:

All About Birds

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