Prairie warbler


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Rostscheitelwaldsänger
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These include the eastern towhee and the golden-winged and prairie warblers.
Species that responded positively to increased fire severity included American Goldfinch, Chestnut-sided Warbler, Eastern Towhee, Indigo Bunting, Prairie Warbler, and Yellow-breasted Chat.
We used a one-way ANOVA to test for the effect of trail affiliation on abundance of the eight most common migrants (Northern Parula, Prairie Warbler, Black-and-white Warbler, American Redstart, Worm-eating Warbler, Ovenbird, Northern Waterthrush, and Hooded Warbler).
The literature is limited to descriptive examples of communal roosting of Northern Parula (Parula americana) (Staicer 1992), Cape May Warbler (Dendroica tigrina) (Staicer 1992, Baltz and Latta 1998), Prairie Warbler (D.
Six of the top 10 species identified as high conservation priorities in Partners in Flight plans (Red-cockaded woodpecker [Picoides borealis], Bachman's sparrow [Aimophila aestivalis], Brown-headed Nuthatch [Sitta pusilla], Prairie Warbler [Dendroica discolor], Northern Bobwhite [Colinus virginianus], and Red-headed Woodpecker [Melanerpes erythrocepahlus]) declined or disappeared from upland pine stands when water oak and sweetgum comprised 25% or more of the canopy.
02 (Vermivora ruficapilla) Northern Parula 0 5 0 0 (Parula americana) Northern Waterthrush 0 10 0 0 (Seiurus novaboracensis) Orange-crowned Warbler (e,f) (Vermivora celata) Ovenbird (Seiurus 0 8 0 0 auricapillus) Palm Warbler (Dendroica 0 12 0 0 palmarum) Prairie Warbler (D.
In addition, old fields and young forests spotted with conifers are a great place to find prairie warblers.
Mean captures of five of nine early succession species declined after an early peak (Blue-winged Warblers, Indigo Buntings, Prairie Warblers, White-eyed Vireos and Yellow-breasted Chats, Fig.
All of these sightings were observed incidentally as part of a larger study examining the wintering ecology of Prairie Warblers (Setophaga discolor) and other migratory birds on San Salvador Island, The Bahamas.
Nolan (1978: 277) suggested male Prairie Warblers (Setophaga discolor) sing on approach to the nest to alert the female of their arrival to provision the young.