The Yellow-Throated Warbler Made An Unusual Stop


Photo by Dave Woehr

LEBANON, OH -- While Yellow-throated Warblers are usually found in pine forests, sycamore–bald cypress swamps, and woodlands near streams,  one of Warren County's OCVN Dave Woehr explained that he was able to take the photo after he "spotted him checking out my sunflowers and hummingbird feeder this morning." 

This was a rather unique opportunity according to since, "Yellow-throated Warblers may only use bird feeders on occasion, but you can still provide habitat for them by landscaping with native trees and shrubs." 

These small, well-proportioned birds, with sharp and pointed bills, breed in southeastern North America. Their breeding ranges extend from southern Pennsylvania and northern Missouri, to the Gulf of Mexico.

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