American redstart


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Noun1.American redstart - flycatching warbler of eastern North America the male having bright orange on sides and wings and tailAmerican redstart - flycatching warbler of eastern North America the male having bright orange on sides and wings and tail
flycatching warbler - any of numerous American wood warblers that feed on insects caught on the wing
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We estimated tree preferences each year for the four most abundant species that had at least 30 observations each year: Yellow-rumped Warbler, American Redstart (Setophaga ruticilla), Warbling Vireo (Vireo gilvus), and Baltimore Oriole (Icterus galbula).
longirostre nymph was removed from an after-hatch year American redstart (Setophaga ruticilla) on May 18, 2005.
Other birds included a greater-sand plover in Lothian and an American redstart in County Cork.
Population fluctuations in a long-distance Neotropical migrant: demographic evidence for the importance of breeding season events in the American Redstart.
Because of his fierce red-orange hair, which he hated and threatened to dye, and did, on more than one occasion, leaving the half-look of his head strangely mottled, as if he had survived scarlet fever, which, in his embarrassment, he sometimes claimed he had, and because he spoke and acted with a certain insect abruptness yet showiness in spite of his childish size, more diminutive each year, and because Timothy is a grass, Tim the diminution, he's become an American Redstart, demonstrative at the tiptop of branches, che-wee, che-wee, che-wee.
If a reader looks up an American Redstart, for example, they will get the "brief description," which includes the species account from the Field Guide to Birds of North America, as well as a "detailed description," which pulls information from other Peterson titles, in this case the Field Guide to Eastern Birds' Nests and the Peterson Reference Guide to Molt in North American Birds.
Some species in the Parulidae family are among the brightest and most colorful birds found in the United States, such as the glowing yellow prothonotary warbler or the flashy, black-andorange American redstart.
Next, a gorgeous male American redstart joined in, and alongside it landed a northern parula.
A few species, including the American redstart, continued to dine exclusively on insects.
In Belize, American Redstart densities ranged similarly from 20 birds/10 ha in pine-oak savanna to 52/10 ha in cacao plantation (S.

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