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Hooded Warbler Wilsonia citrina

 

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credit: The Lilac Breasted Roller/CCSA

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Migration Info The Hooded Warbler spends the winter from southern Mexico to Panama, but is most common in the vicinity of the Yucatan Peninsula. Males and females maintain separate winter territories to which they return each year. Males prefer semi-evergreen forests in the uplands, while females are found almost exclusively in late successional shrubland and seasonally flooded areas. Hooded Warblers migrate across the Gulf and usually make landfall on the upper Texas coast or in Louisiana.

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