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Canada Warbler Wilsonia canadensis


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credit: Emmet Hume/CCSA

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Migration Info The Canada Warbler migrates late in the spring and early in the fall. The passage of this species is rapid (look at the amount of territory covered in any two-week period on the accompanying map). The common name of this species refers to the breeding range; it could more appropriately be called the Andean Warbler, as it spends more than half of its life in the moist mountain habitats of eastern Colombia, Ecuador, and northern Peru.

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