Kirtland's warbler

(redirected from Dendroica kirtlandii)

Kirt·land's warbler

 (kûrt′ləndz)
n.
A warbler (Dendroica kirtlandii) with a yellow breast and gray back that nests only in jack pine forests of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ontario.

[After Jared Potter Kirtland (1793-1877), American naturalist and physician.]

Kirt′land's war′bler

(ˈkɜrt ləndz)
n.
a gray-and-yellow wood warbler, Dendroica kirtlandii, that breeds only in north-central Michigan.
[1855–60, Amer.; after Jared Kirtland (1793–1877), U.S. naturalist]
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