pine warbler

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pine′ war`bler

a North American wood warbler, Dendroica pinus, inhabiting pine forests of the eastern U.S.
[1830–40, Amer.]
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However, unlike other species with performance-encoded songs (for example Yellow Warbler, Grace's Warbler, Pine Warbler, and American Redstarts), song bouts delivered in the context of Type II singing by Yellow-rumped Warblers were not composed of a medley of different songs (Lemon and others 1975; Staicer 1989; Spector 1991; Price and Crawford 2013).
Often referred to as the "jack pine warbler," the bird depends on breeding habitat that consists of large stands of dense, young jack pine growing in glacial outwash sands.
Despite our success at the arboretum, we hadn't found a pine warbler, and our search for a bald eagle was fruitless, though we'd taken special care to look for the pair that famously nests in the park.
Despite this variety, birders - those people who keep life lists and chase rarities - will find few birds of interest here, but Smith, like many others, finds much of interest in FLNF, including the first breeding record of a pine warbler at the forest in 2010.
Species such as pine warbler, yellow-throated warbler, brown-headed nuthatch, summer tanager, and Northern flicker utilize the longleaf trunks, limbs, and foliage for foraging and nesting.
Early in the past century seven species were found nearly every spring near Urbana but more than 40 years later they were recorded at Charleston in less than half the 23 years: Olive-sided Flycatcher, Yellow-bellied Flycatcher (5 years), Bewick's Wren (8 years and none after 1984), Winter Wren, Loggerhead Shrike, Black-throated Blue Warbler (3 years) and Pine Warbler.
pine warbler [Dendroica pinus], red-eyed vireo, wood thrush [Hylocichla mustelina], and hooded warbler [Wilsonia citrina]) assemblages were most commonly correlated with disturbance measures (canopy cover and tree basal area).
But her side recently lost a court case when the judge refused to halt sales in a region of loblolly pines that provides habitat for the rare pine warbler and other endangered birds.
Methodological issues in the estimation of trends in bird populations with an example: the Pine Warbler.
Placed in tube-shaped, metal-mesh feeders, peanuts will entice woodpeckers, jays, chickadees, titmice, bushtits, nuthatches, brown creepers, wrens, kinglets, Northern mockingbirds, brown thrashers, starlings, and yellowrumped and pine warblers.
Black-capped chickadees, pine warblers and other insect-eaters feed in fissures and furrows on the bark.