pine warbler


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pine′ war`bler


n.
a North American wood warbler, Dendroica pinus, inhabiting pine forests of the eastern U.S.
[1830–40, Amer.]
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GOOGLING A RUNNER Pine Warbler 2.50 Chepstow A small songbird of the New World warbler family, the Pine Warbler can be found in pine woods in eastern North America, in particular southern Florida.
Stuart Edmunds's PINE WARBLER (4.45) can defy a welter burden in a tight handicap chase.
12.35 FLANIGANS FIELD 1.05 HALLOWEEN HARRY (NAP) 1.40 PINE WARBLER 2.10 THE VOCALIST 2.45 SECRET LEGACY 3.15 CONSTANTE VIA 3.45 NORTHERN PRINCESS
Look now for yellow-bellied sapsucker, winter wren, golden-crowned kinglet, hermit thrush, fox sparrow and pine warbler. You could even see a flock of American white pelicans.
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.
Canopy species (those associated negatively with RDA axis 1) ordinate along RDA axis 2 according to canopy type with Oak/Hickory species (e.g., White-breasted Nuthatch and Eastern Wood-pewee) associating negatively, and Pine/Oak species (e.g., Pine Warbler, Summer Tanager, and Winter Wren) associating positively.
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.
on four functional groups based on habitat assemblages (shrubland, forest-edge, habitat generalist, and mature forest) and found that shrubland (e.g., yellow-breasted chat, common yellowthroat [Geothlypis trichas], eastern towhee [Pipilo erythrophthalmus], and indigo bunting) and mature-forest (e.g., 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).